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PREFACE, 



In issuing this, our first number of Brill's Receipt 
Book, we aim to make it brief, comprehensive and prac- 
tical. A general, rather than a scientific arrangement has 
been adopted, as the object of the work is popular and 
universal, and though useful to men of science, it is more 
especially addressed to practical persons, heads of fami- 
lies, and the public at large. There are few persons who 
will not find on looking over its pages, some article that 
will interest them, and be of some use and advantage to 
them. The sources from which the materials of the work 
have been gathered, render it deserving of the utmost 
confidence; a large portion having been derived from 
personal experience. The publisher therefore presents to 
the mistresses and managers of domestic economy, the 
various classes of experimental artisans and men of busi- 
ness, both operative and traders, a volume which will be 
universally admitted to be superior to every preceding 
collection of receipts for general utility. 



NOTICE. 

The first issue of our book being incomplete, the recipes only 
taking up half of the alphabet. All those desiriiig the balance 
of the work can get a copy gi'atuitously from any of the adver- 
tisers in the book, in the course of a few tnonths, when we expect 
to issue the second edition. 



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TREATMENTS FOR POISONS. 



Poisoning invariably demands prompt treatment, and every 
family shotikl be prepared >yith the proper remedies, v^liich slioiild 
be used according to the directions lierein given, until your Physi- 
cian arrives, who must be at once summoned, as to know the proper 
mode of procedure, in such cases is of the utmost importance. When 
it is ascertained that a poison has been swallowed, emetics must at 
once be given, unless vomiting has taken place spontaneously. 
Articles generally kept in the house, sucli as Ground Mustard, 
Alum, Salt, Sulphate Zinc, &c., may be given; a large tea-spoonful 
of Mustard in a tumbler of warm water, wluch should be followed 
with a like amount of Salt. Should the first not prove successful. 
Powdered Alum, in doses of half-ounce with Syrup, Sulphate of 
Zinc, in doses of ten grains; the above quantities can be repeated 
every ten minutes, until at least three doses have been given. 
Vomiting can frequently be induced by tickling the throat with the 
finger, or the feather end of a quill. 

When vomiting has taken place, the stomach must be protected 

by freely administering demulcent, mucilaginous or oleaginous 

drinks, such as White of Eggs, Linseed or Olive Oil, melted Butter 

or Lard, Flaxseed, Slippery Elm, Gum Arabic or Barley Water, 

f> Milk, Starch, Wheat Flour, or Arrow Root mixed with Water, &c. o 

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On hand, rs it is indispensable at all seasons of the jear. In 
Winter when your customers call for a Medicine to relieve 

Brought on by exposure or Cold, there is nothing you can recom- 
mend with more safety than the Eradicator. In the of heat Sum- 
mer when 

DIARRHEA, COLIC, 

PAIN IN THE ST03IACH, 

CHOLERA MORBUS, 

And other Diseases brought on by excessive heat are prevalent^ 
There is no better remedy than the Eradicator, it is safe and sure, 
and will always give entire satisfaction to your customers. The 
margin to the retailer is very liberal and great advantages in the 
way of Books, Circulars and care given. 

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MINERAL POISONS. 
Acid Arsenious. 

Symptoms. — A sense of faiiitness, nausea, vomiting, burning 
pain in stomach and throat, intense tliirst, contents of stomach 
brown or greenish, sometimes bloody, black fa?tid stools, cramp, cold 
sweats, convulsions. 

Treatment and Antidotes. — Free evacuation of the stomach, 
oleaginous and mucilaginous drinks, Peroxide of Iron in table- 
spoonful doses every five minutes, until symptoms are ameliorated; 
if tlie arsenic has been taken in Fowler's Solution, Limewater may 
be given freely. 

The above preparation of Iron is readily formed by the addi- 
tion of an excess of Liquor Ammonia to Liq. Ferri Tersulph, or 
Muriate Tinct. of iron; wash the Precipitate and it is ready to 
administer. 

Acid Prussic, Cyanide Potassium, or Bitter Almond Oil. 

Symptoms.— ^\\(\(\i:n loss of sense and control of voluntary mus- 
cles, the odor of the poison generally perceptible on the breath. 

Antidrite!'.. — Chlorine, in tlie form of Chlorine Water, in doses 
of from one to four drachms, diluted, weak solutions of Chloride of 
Lime or Soda; Water of Ammonia, largely diluted, may be given, 
and the vapor cautiously inhaled, Cold AiTusion, Chloroform, in one 
drachm doses in Mucilage, until the symptoms are ameliorated; 
artificial respiration. 

Acid Mineral, Muriatic, Nitric, or Sulphuric. 

Symptoms. — Violent burning pain in stomach: vomited matter 
causes eflervescense with Carbonated Alkali. 

Acid Vegetable, Acetic, Citric, Oxalic, Tartaric. 

Symptoms. — Similar to above. 

Antidotes and treatment. — Soft Soap, Milk, Oleaginous Drinks, 
solutions of the Carbonate of Soda, Potassa, Lime and Magnesia, 
or Calcined Magnesia. For Nitric and Oxalic Acid avoid the use 

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of Carbonate of Soda and Potassa. Repeated and copious draughts 
of mucilaginous drinks. 

Alkalies and their Salts. 

Symptoms. — Caustic, acrid taste, excessive heat in the throat, 
stomach and intestines, vomiting of bloody matter, cold sweats, 
hiccough, purging of bloody stools. 

Antidotes. — Vegetable Acids, Mucilaginous, Oleaginous and 
Demulcent drinks. 

METALLIC POISONS. 

Antimony and its Preparations. 

Symptoms. — Violent irritant effects, burning pain in pit of 
stomach. 

Antidotes. — Emetics, if vomiting has not been produced, followed 
by warm draughts of mucilaginous, sweetened drinks, astringent 
infusions or tinctures, such as Peruvian Bark, Galls, Oak Bark, 
Tannin and Strong Green Tea. 

Lead, Salts of. 

Symptoms. — Dryness and burning sensation in throat, colicky 
spasms, severe pain about naval, obstinate constipation, cold skin, 
feeble pulse, giddiness, stupor, a bluish line at the free margin of 
the gums; after the symptoms have subsided, they re-appear. 

Antidotes. — Free Emesis; dilute Sulpliuric Acid, Sulphates of 
Soda or Magnesia, (Epsom Salt,) Albumen and Milk, in large 
quantities. 

Mercury, Salts of. 

Symptoms. — Harsh, metallic acrid taste, burning pain in stomach, 
throat and intestines, vomiting and purging, frequently of bloody 
matter, tongue and fauces white, urine generally suppressed, difficult 
respiration, convulsions. 

Antidotes. — White of Egg beaten up in water or milk, Wheat 
Flour in paste, Mucilaginous drinks in large quantities; this treat- 
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Zinc, Salts of. 

Symptoms. — Violent vomiting, burning pain in stomach, pale 
countenance, cold extremities. 

Antidotes. — The Carbonated Alkalies, or solutions of Common 
Soap, freely given; also, Milk and White of Eggs. 

Phosphorus. 

Symptoms. — Intense pain in the stomach and bowels, obstinate 
vomiting, diarrhrea, tension and tenderness of the abdomen, trem- 
blings and convulsions. 

Antidotes. — If taken in substance two or three grains of Tartar 
Emetic should be given to dislodge it, if swallowed in solution, copi- 
ous draughts of cold water containing magnesia, and sugar in sus- 
pension, mucilaginous drinks. 

VEGETABLE POISONS. 

Alcohol or other Spirituous Liquors. 

Symptoms. — Complete insensibility, swollen countenance, diffi- 
- 'It and sometimes stertorous breathing with a peculiar puffing out 
c. the lips. 

Treatment. — Emetic of Suli>hate Zinc or Mustard, vomiting 
encouraged with warm water, an erect jjosture, wet cloths to the 
head, warmth and friction to the extremities, an enema of two table- 
spoonfuls of salt in a pint of v.arm water. 

Croton Oil, Podophyllum, Oil Tansy, Savine and others 
of this class. 

Symptoms.— General effects, acute pain in stomach and bowels 
nausea, violent vomiting, excessive pnrging, great dryness of mouth 
and constriction of throat, breathing quick and difficult, dilated 
pupils and general excitement. 

Treatment and Antidotes.— Jf vomiting has been occasioned by 
the poison and the eflbrts are still continued, large draughts of warm 
water or thin gruel; if vomiting has not been produced, an emetic 
of sulphate of zinc or mustard should be administered ; mucilagi- 
nous drinks, camphor and opium in proper doses. 
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NARCOTIC POISONS. 

Such as Aconite, Belladonna, Foxglove, Ergot, Henbane, 
Hemlock and others. 

Symptons. — Nearly similar with a special dilation of the pupils 
in Belladonna, and a peculiar tingling sensation in the lips and 
elsewhere when aconite had been taken. 

Treatment. — Prompt emetics, large doses of infusion of Peru- 
vian Bark, Galls or Tannin, active stimulation, Cayenne Pepper, 
Ammonia Brandy, Electro Magnetism. Opium is said to be a 
physiological antidote for Belladonna, and Nux Vomica for Aconite, 
Charcoal mixed with water. 

Opium, and its Preparations. 

Symptoms. — Vertigo languor, full, slow and laboring pulse, slow 
breathing, insensibility, stertorous respiration, contracted jjupils, 
dark suffusion of the countenance, cold aweats, relaxation of mus- 
cles, profound stupor. 

Treatment and Antidotes. — Prompt evacuation of stomach, free 
administration of Belladona, active stimulants, such as Coffee, Tea, 
Brandy, Ammonia Sinapisms and friction, infusion of Galls or 
Tannin, Electro Magnetism, constant motion, flagellation, artificial 
respiration, stimulant injections. 

Stramonium, " Thornapple. 

Symptoms — Cardialgia, sense of strangulation partial or com- 
plete blindness with the other general symptoms of narcotic poison. 

Treatment. — Evacuation of stomach by Emetics or Stomach 
Pump, solutions of Caustic Alkalies, Electro Magnetism, active 
stimulation. Opium exercises, an antagonistic influence to Stramo- 
nium. 

Tobacco. — Symptoms and treatment similar to above. 

ANIMAL POISONS. 
Hydrophobia. 

Symptoms. — No definite time for the appearance of symptoms, 
o which are great nervous disturbance, constriction of chest and 5 

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From the effect of Sun-Stroke, or from immoderate drinking; yet 
have always been restored by the timely use of 

PAIN MADieATOe. 

One case in particular came to our notice where a young man 
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throat, cramp, bilious vomiting, liorror of fluids and impossibility of 
drinking tiiein, swollen tongue, frothing at the nioutii, convulsions. 
Treatment. — Immediate and thorough cauterization of the wound 
with Nitrate of Silver, Caustic, Potash or any other prompt escho- 
rotic. If the virus has taken efiect and produced the symptoms, 
purgation, hot baths and anti-spasmodics of which Chloroform is 
considered the best, should be given. 

Poisonous Bites and Stings from venomous Reptiles. 

Symptoms. — Great pain and swelling in bitten part, which is 
hard and at first pale, then reddish, livid and gangrenous in appear- 
ance, fainting, vomiting, convulsions. 

Treatment. — Api)ly a ligature above the wounded part, remove 
the poison by cupping-glass or mouth, active Caustic to the wound. 
Tincture Iodine applied with Camel hairbrush. Brandy or Whisky 
in large doses, also, Bisulphite Soda freely given in solution. 

Ague, Cure for. 

An emetic, or a full dose of Opium or Laudanum, has been 
recommended at the commencement, followed by a warm foot, hip, 
or full Bath. Stimulants, as Ether Spirits, &c., are also used. 
When any given method succeeds, it should be again had recourse 
to on the approach of another attack. 

Ague Pills. 

Sulphate Quinnia 24 grains. 

Blue Mass 2t " 

Pipciim 20 " 

Make into 24 Pills. One Pill every three hours. 



Ague Mixture. 

Peruvian Bark 2 ounces. 

Powdorcd Rhubarb 1 " 

Spirits Nitre J " 

Acid Sulphuric 30 drops. 

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Mix, and let stand for twenty-four hours, and then take a 
tableBpoonful every two or three hours, until the ague ia broke. 
Warm Clothing, and light, nutritious diet should be adopted. 

Aromatic Cachous. 

Musk 1 grain. 

Oil Cinnamon 2 drops. 

" Peppermint 2 " 

" Cloves 6 " 

" Mace 6 " 

Sugar "White," 8 grains. 

Powdered Liquorice Root 30 grains. 

Mix, make into J grain pills, and coat with silver foil or 
bronze. 

Aromatic Wine. 

Fol Sabina 

" Thyme, vulg 

" " scrpilli. 

" Menth Aquat... 

" Hyssop 

" Absynth 

" Organi, vulg.... 

For every four ounces of the above Aromatic Ingredients, take 
one quart of White Wine, digest and filter. 

Blood Purifying Tea. 

Guaiac Wood 3 ounces. 

Burdock Root 1 " 

Liquorice Root 1 " 

Sassafras Bark 1 " 

Sarsaparilla Root 1 " 

Mix, and boil 1 ounce in a pint of Water, and drink of it 
freely, twice daily. 

Blood Purifying Mixture. 

Iodide Potassium i ounce. 

Syrup of Sarsaparilla 1 pint. 

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Bitters, Stomach. 

"Orango Peel 4 ounces. 

Lemon Peel 4 " 

Laurel Berries , i " 

Ginger Root V " 

Calamus " i " 

Angelica" \ " 

Ciihcbs i " 

Whisky .'j gallons. 

Bitters, Stoughlon. 

Gentian Ptoot 8 ounces. 

Orange Apples t " 

Quassia 2 " 

Or:inge Peel 2 " 

Red Sanders 2 " 

Whisky 5 gallons. 

Browning for Gun Barrels, [see cuns.j 
Bronzing Liquid, 

Powd. Sal Ammonia 1 drachm. 

Oxalic Acid 5 grains. 

Pure Wine Vinegar 1 pint. 

Process. — Clean the article to be bronzed, warm it gently, then 
brush over Avitli the liquid; when dry, repeat the brushing until the 
required tint is obtained. 

Bronze, Black. [For Brass, &c.] 
Brush the article, (previously well cleaned and dried,) with 
Nitric Acid, or a solution of Nitrate of Silver, or Bismuth, in Nitric 
Acid, warm so as to dry it, then rub oiTwith Chamois Skin; repeat 
until the desired color is olitained. Y\^hen retjuired still blacker, 
lay the article treated as above, into a solution of Sulphuret of 
Potassa, for half an liour. 

Butter, to Preserve. 

First work out all the milk thoroughly, then salt with Eoek 
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in a cool place. By observing the above rules you can keep butter 
fresh for years. Tie a bladder over the jar or can. 

Branding and Marking, Paint for. 

Cochineal, powdered 3 ounces. 

Alum, " 3 " 

Sal Tartar 2 " 

Cream" 5 " 

Pound in a mortar till damp and well mixed, then gpread out 
to dry; when wanted for use, wet with water to the proper con- 
sistency. 

Blister Liquid 

Powdered Cantharides 1 ounce 

Sulphuric Ether 3 " 

Mix and macerate for fourteen days, and filter, brush the sur- 
face with a camel hair pencil; will make r.s good a blister as the 
ordinary blistering plaster. Can also be used on horses for Ring- 
bone, &c. 

Burns, Cure for. 

Linsoed Oil 4 ounces. 

Lime Water 4 " 

Apply freely, by means of linen covered with the lotion. Raw 
Potatoes finely grated and applied, is also said to be good and draws 
out the lieat. 

After the heat and inflammation has subsided, dress tlie wounds 
with Simple Cerate or Glycerine Cream, or an ointment made with 
White Wax and Olive Oil. 

Bunions, and Inflamed Feet. 

Proceed to cure them by soaking the feet in warm water, and 
bathing them freely with Pain Eradicator every night; should sup- 
puration set in, poultice them with P^laxseed IMeal, wear easy shoes 
or slippers for a few days. The general treatment as in corns should 
be observed. (See Corns.) The Cream of Tartar solution is also 
p very beneficial. ^ 

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SECFRES KEST A^U nt.L,IEF TO THE MOTHER. 
QlTIETliRE AN» HEALTH FOR THE INTFAKT. 

Jlothers and Nurses ! If you have a fretful, sleepless babe, or one 
subject to violent fits of culic, or one puny and nervous, or one suf- 
fering fron> constant acidity, caused by feedirg or being reared by 
the bottle, try two or three doses only of Groves' Anodyne and you 
will be satisfied that 'it is the most desirable remedy ever used for 
infants. What mother '.vould allow her infant to sutTer from ner- 
vous irritability, convulsions, diarrhoea, sleeplessness, or wasting of 
flesh, when all these painful ailments alike to mother and child can 
be relieved by the administration of this Anodyne, which has been 
designed and prepared to exactly meet these cases; likewise in the 
worst states of cholera infantum, and marasmus or wasting, this 
preparation will repair waste and fiequeutly effect a perfect cure. 
With this Anodjne, the troubles and anxieties of a mother are one 
half removed, for it will instantly relieve colic, pacify the most fret- 
ful, fatten the puuj^ and delicate, produce a quietude and happiness 
conducing to sleep, and will speedily change the most nervous, irri- 
table babe int'> a sprightly, happy and playful one ; and when the 
period of teethirg arrives, it continues to invigorate the System, and 
will prevent ir.any diseases incident to infant life. Sol i by Drug- 
gists generally, and at the Depot, S. E. cor. Front and Catherine I 
sts., JPhiladelphia. Price, 25 cents per bolle, . oZ 

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Blacking, for Boots and Shoes. 

Sperm Oil j ounces. 

Oil Vitriol 2 " 

Molasses 4 " 

Mucilage of Gum Arabic 1 " 

The White of one Egg 

Ivory Black — a sufficient quantity to make into a thick paste. 
Procest. — First put the oil and acid into a stone jar; mix and 
let stand for twenty-four hours ; then add the rest. 

Blacking, for Harness and Leather. 

Mutton Suet 2 ounces. 

Bees Wax G " 

White Sugar 6 " 

Soft Soap 2 " 

Powdered Indigo 1 " 

When melted and -well mixed, add four ounces of Spirits of 
Turpentine. 

• Blacking Liquid. 

Galls Grd 1 pound. 

Ext. Logwood J ounce. 

Boil together h.ilf rai hour, :\nJ then iiJJ 

Copperas 4 ounces. 

Rock Candy 2 pounds. 

Brass Polish, for Engineers, &c. 

Oxalic Acid 1 ounce. 

Corrosive Sublimate 1 " 

Water i gallon. 

Dissolve and apply with woolen Clotii, then polish with Tripoli 
or Botten Stone. 

Brass Polish. 

Sulphuric Acid Bounces. 

Rotten Stono 12 " 

Alcohol 14 " 

Water 6 pints, 

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.ADIES DESIRE WHAT MEN ADMIRE. \ 

THIS LITTLE TIIIJfG IS BEAUTY. 

What do we say is beautiful? A transparent complexion and a 
luxuriant head of hair. What will produce these ? Morrison's 
Genuine Pine Tar Soap. It is impregnated with exotics 
of the mildest and most balsamic nature, and is warranted perfectly 
innocent and free from mineral and all other pernicious admixtures, 
and is selected by the Ladies and public in general in preference to 
any other Toilet Soap. For the softness and delicacy which it 
induces to the hand and face, its capability of soothing irritation 
and removing unsightly eruptions, rendering it indispensable to 
every toilet table, this Soap has no equal. It preserves the com- 
plexion fair, the skin soft, flexible and liealthy ; it removes all dan- 
druff; preserves the hair soft and silky, ami prevents it from falling 
off. It cures Scald Head, Sunburn, Pimples on the Face, Salt 
Rheum, fresh Cuts or Wounds of all kinds. Ring Worm, Tetter, Itch, 
Cracked or Chaped hands. A solution in warm water will destroy 
fungus, or proud flesh, and rapidly heal old sores and indolent ul- 
cers. For the Itch, sponge the whole system with the soap two or 
three nights on going to bed, and let it dry in. After that wash 
with the soap and water. 

This Soap, by its cleansing, healing and tonic properties, will 
soon restore the pores of the skin to their natural health3' condition. 
For this purpose, it should be used in a bath, or applied with a 
sponge and water; after which rub briskly with a towel. Scrofu- 
lous and consumptive persons will add years of pleasure to their 
lives by using this Soap freely in their baths, twice a week. 

Its singular but not unpleasant odor is the result of the peculiar 
combination of PURE PINE TAR, with other ingredients 
used by the ancients, and celebrated among the medical faculty for 
thoir healing and tonic properties. 

EvERYBOBY kuows that Pine Tar is one of the most healing and 
soothing remedies. Our best Physicians recommend all mothers to 
use this Soap on their children in preference to any other. All 
lespectable dealers keep it, or will get it for you, if you call for it. 
Be sure you get 

MORRISON'S GENUINE PINE TAR SOAR 

And take no other. All others are imitations. One agent wanted 
in every town. .Special inducements offered. 

SOLE PROPRIETORS, 
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Mix all togetlier, and apply as above. No matter how greasy or 
dirty the brass, it will come off. 

Cologne. 

Oil Bcrgamot 4 drachms. 

" Leiuun 2 " 

" Rosemary 8 drops. 

" Origanum 8 " 

" Lavender i drachm. 

Tine. Musk q. s. 

Cologne Spirits 1 quart. 

Cologne. 

Oil Orange i ounce. 

" LcuKm i " 

" Bergamot J " 

" Cinnamon 4 drops. 

" Cloves 4 " 

" Lavender 4 " 

" Rosemary 4 " 

" Neroli 1 drachm. 

" Rose 5 drops. 

Tine. Musk 20 " 

Alcohol 1 gallon. 

Mix. This will make a Colog.ne crjiial to any in the market — 
being pleasant and durable. ("Have sold the above for years; it 
gives entire satisfaction.") — " Brii^l." 

Camphor Ice. 

Spermaceti \\ ounces. 

Oil Sweet Almonds \ " 

Gum Camphor Powdered 6 drachms. 

Dissolve in a water bath, stirring briskly ; when all is dissolve 1, 
pour into moulds and wrap with tin-foil. Tbe above is a good 
remedy for chapped hands and face, also Salt Rheum and Piles. 

Cold Cream. 

Spermaceti 2 ounces. 

White Wax '. 1 " 



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Who is compelled during the heated term to 
drink large quantities of water, in order to sup- 
ply the fast evaporating fluids of the body, is 
often seized by sudden Cramp which may 
end in death if immediate relief is not given. By 
keeping a bottle of 

Pain Eradieator 

Constantly at hand, the risk is comparatively 
small as a teaspoonful taken in water or brandy, 
will immediately relieve the most violent attack. 
A piece of flannel moistered wdth the medicine, 
and laid over the Stomach is also a sovereign 
remedy. Your Druggist has it for sale ; if not, 
write to us and we will send you a bottle by 
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Oil Sweet Almonds 8 ounces. 

Glycerine 1 " 

Rose Water 1 " 

Oil Rose 20 drops. 

Proceed as for Camphor Ice. Makes a magnificent prepara- 
tion, and is very popular. 



HOUSEHOLD RECIPES. 

Crullers. 

Half a pound of Butter, three-quarterg of a pound of Sugar, 
two pounds of Flour, one Nutmeg grated, half a teaspoonful of 
Soda dissolved in lialf a teacup of v/ater or milk, six Eggs. 

Chocolate Caromel. 

One Cup of Chocolate, one cup of Molasses, half a cup of Milk, 
one cup of Sugar; boil twenty minutes, and when nearly done, add 
a piece of Butter the size of an Egg. 

Chocolate Caromel. 

Half a pound of Chocolate, three pounds of dark brown Sugar, 
one-eighth pound of Butter, a small teacup of Milk, season with 
Vanilla or grated Lemon or Orange Peel ; boil it very quickly over 
a hot fire, stirring constantly ; when it becomes hard on being 
dropped in water, take it off the fire and stir for a few moments 
before pouring into buttered dishes; before it is quite cool cut into 
little squares ; those who like the caromel very hard, need not stir 
it, as this makes it sugary ; the grated peel should not be put in 
until the caromel is taken from the fire. 

Cocoanut Cake. 

One cup of Sugar, half cup of Butter, two-thirds of a cup of 
Flour, whites of eight Eggs, one Cocoanut grated, two teaspoonfuls 
of Cream Tartar, and half a teaspoonful of Soda; the Cocoanut 
S must be added last : mix and bake in the usual way. 

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Delicate Cake. 

Nearly three cups of Flour, three-fourths of Sweet Milk, white 
of six Eggs, half a cup of Butter, half a teaspoonful of Soda, and 
one of Cream of Tartar, flavoring to taste ; he careful not to gut in 
too full measures of Butter and Soda, and be sure to beat the Eggs 
well, and your cake will be delicious. 

Buckwheat Cakes. 

One pint of Buckwheat Meal, one quart of Water, Salt fo taste, 
one gill of home-made Yeast ; mix the water, which should be luke- 
warm if the weather is cold, with the meal, add the salt and yeast, 
beat it well, and when light bake on a griddle ; grease the griddle, 
pour on a little of the batter, spread it so as to form a cake about 
the size of a breakfast plate; when done on one side, turn over; 
when brown on both jsides, put on a plate, butter them and serve 
hot. 

Jelly Cake. 

One cup of Sugar, three teaspoonfuls of melted Butter, three 
Eggs, one cup of Flour, and one teaspoonful of Cream Tartar, 
beaten together; add two teaspoonfuls of Milk, with a teaspoonful 
of Soda, just before baking; bake in tliin sheets, spread Jelly on, 
and roll it up while warm. 

Silver Cake. 

Wliite of eight Eggs, two and a half cups of Flour, two of 
Sugar, one of Sweet Milk, half a cup of Butter, and a heaping tea- 
spoonful of Baking Powder. 

Gold Cake. 

Yolks of eight Eggs, two cups of Flour, one and a half cups of 
Brown Sugar, one of Sweet Milk, half cup of Butter, and a heaping 
teaspoonful of Baking Powder. 

White Mountain Cake. 

One poimd of Flour, one of Sugar, six Eggs, half pound of 
Butter, one teaspoonful of Soda, two of Cream of Tartar, one cup 
of Sweet Milk. 



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It Saves Eggs, Saves Time, Saves Shortening 
Saves everything. 

If your Grocer does not keep it, and will not 
procure it for you, send direct to the manufactu- 
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Muffins. 

One quart of Milk, tliree Eggs, one cup of Yeast, a lump of 
Butter the size of an egg, and Flour enough to make a batter. 

Sweet Biscuits. 

One pound of Flour, half a pound of Sugar, two Eggs, beaten, 
a teaspoonful of Caraway Seed, and a quarter pound of Butter, mix 
all together, roll the paste thin, and cut into round biscuits, pick 
thena and bake upon tins. 

Indian Cake. 

Two cups of Indian Meal, one of Flour, one pint of Milk, two 
Eggs, two teaspoonfuls of Baking Powder, and one tablespoonful of 
of Butter, bake in a quick oven. 

Cocoanut Drops. 

Take two cups Prepared Cocoanut, one cup of fine Sugar, the 
white of one Egg beaten to a stiff froth, mix well, and form in 
little hills on buttered tins, and bake five minutes. 

Lemon Cake, [very nne.] 

Tliree cupfuls of powdered Sugar, one cupful of fresh Butter, 
one cupful of Milk, five Eggs and four cupfuls of Flour; beat the 
butter and sugar to a cream ; beat the eggs separately, the whites 
to a froth, and then dissolve a little Soda in the milk, mix all 
together, put the Flour in by degrees, and add the juice of a Lemon, 
and hastily stir in the whites of the eggs. This cake is delicious. 

Josephine's Cake. 

Two coffee-cups of White Sugar, three cups of Flour, one cup 
of Sweet Milk, two tablespoonfuls of melted Butter, white of five 
Eggs well beaten, one and a half teaspoonfuls of Baking Powder, 
one teaspoonful of Extract of Lemon ; pour half of the mixture in 
the pan, strew thin slices of Citron over the top, and pour the 
o balance of the dough upon it; bake in a moderate oven. 

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neither Physician nor Druggist is at hand. In 
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or Water every two or three hours until reliev- 
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Sponge Jelly Cake. 

Take four Eggs, cup and a half of Powdered Sugar, the whites 
of four Eggs, one cup of Flour, bake in thin sheets on buttered tins. 

One Egg Cake. 

One and a half cups of Sugar, one Egg, three cups of Flour, 
one cup of Milk, piece of Butter, size of an Egg, one heaping tea- 
spoonful of Baking Powder; bake in little round cakes in a quick 
oven on buttered tins. 

Ginger Snaps. 

One cup of Molasses, one cup of Butter boiled together; when 
cold add one half cup of Ginger, a little Soda or Baking Powder, 
and Flour enough to roll them. 

Cup Cake. 

One cup of Butter, two cups of Sugar, one cup of Milk, four 
cups of Flour, four Eggs, beat the white stifl", one teaspoonful of 
Soda, and two of Cream of Tartar — bake in slow oven. 

Boston Cake. 

One pound of Sugar and half pound of Butter stirred together, 
three eggs beaten lightly, one glass of Wine, half pint of Milk, an 
even teaspoonful of Soda, sifted with one pound of Flour — bake in 
a rather quick oven. 

Scotch Cakes. 

Three-quarters of a pound of Flour, three ounces of Butter, 
three ounces of Lump Sugar, Ammonia about the size of a liazle- 
nut; warm the Butter in a little Milk, and mix the whole into a 
stiff paste, cut into small rounds, and bake in a cool oven. 

Almond Cakes. 

Take two ounces of Bitter and one pound of Sweet Almonds, 
blanch and beat them with a little Eose Water and the white of oi.c 
Egg ; add a half pound of Loaf Sugar, eight yolks and tliree whites 
of Eggs, the juice of half a Lemon and the rind grated; mix the 
whole well together, and bake in small cakes. § 

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Ilifi largest Manufactorj, im\d wtioli^ to ttie Manufacture of Plasters in tlie 




XriTXTEID ST-A-TES. 




G. E, MITCHELL, 



Lowell, Mass., U. S. A. 



PREPARE AT THEIR FACTORY 



Ttie finest Plasteis of evefj Descfiption thai can k found. 



Novelty Plaster Works' Improved India Hubber Porous 

Plasters, acknowledged by all who have used them to be sup- 
erior to any others in the market; 

ENGLISH FLANNEL PLASTEBS, 

Something new — very soft and pliable ; and the celebrated White 
Felt Corn and Bunion Plasters, the best stickers ever made 



Also make the only READY-CUT ADHESIVE PLASTER in 
ths world — Patented; Sukgeons' Unchangeable Adhesive Plas- 
ter • all kinds of Stkengthkning Plastbrs on Kid ; Court Plas- 
ters, and in fact every thing in the Plaster line we make to order 

at short notice. 

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Mrs. H's Sponge Cake. 

Eighteen Ef^gs beat separately, one ponnd of fine white Sugar, 
tliree-quarteis of a pound of flour; n)ix Sugar and Eggs togetlier 
first, then add Flour, and lastly the white of the Eggs beaten to a 
stiff froth and stirred in lightly — bake in a moderate oven nearly 
an hour. 

Lizzie's Cakes. 

Four E,^s, three-fourths pounds of Sugar, (white,) Ammonia 
the size of a hazel nut, a few Anise-Seed and Flour to stiffen to roll. 
These should be cut out in small cakes and laid away to dry for a 
few days, and then baked in a cool oven, but can also be baked 
immediately. 

Mrs. B's VVafries. 

Half a poinid of Butter stirred to a cream, the yolks of five 
Egg^, three-fourths of a pound of Flour, one pint of sweet Milk 
stirred in gradually, and lastly, the whites of the Eggs beaten to a 
stiff froth. — Very rich and delicious. 

Mrs. B's Cake. 

Five teacups of Flour, one heaping cup of Butter, two and a 
half cups of Sugar, one cup of sweet Milk, two Eggs, one teaspoon- 
ful of Soda, two of Cream of Tartar, or two teaspoonfuls of Baking 
Powder, and one Nutmeg grated. 

Jeily Cake. 

Two cups of Sugar, one cup of Butter, three Eggs, one cup of 
Sweet Milk, two cups of Flour, one teaspoonful of Soda, two of 
Cream of Tartar. 



Marble Cake. 

One cup of Brown Sugar, half a cup of Molasses, half a cup 
S of Butter, yolks of four Eggs, half of a Nutmeg grated, one table- 9 

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HORSES CURED OF GLANDRUS— Aaron Snyder, U. S. Assistant 
Assessor, Mount iEtna, Pa., C. Bacon, Livery and Exchange 
Stable, Siuihurj, Pa. 

HORSES CURED OF FOUNDER— Wolfe & Wilhelm, Danville, Pa., 
A. Elli-!, -Merchant, Washini;toiiville, Pa. J. Nice Sloanaker, 
Jersey Shore, Pa. 

HORSES CURED OF LUXG FEVER— Hesa & Bro's., Lewisburg, Pa. 

HOR.SES CURI'^D OF COLIC— Thomas Clingan, Union county, Pa. 

HOGS CURED OF CHOLERA.— H. Barr, H. & A. Cadwallad.r, 
Milton. 

COWS CURED.— Dr. M'Cleary, J II. M-Cormick, Milton, Pa. 

CHICKENS CURED OF CHOLERA AND GAPES.— Dr. D. T. 
Krehs, Was-hington, Pl. Dr. U. Q. Divis, C. W. Sticker, John 
and James I-Tiincy, Milton, Pa. Hundreds more could be cited 
whose stock was .'aved by using the Red Horse Powder. (Red 
Horse trade mark on each p.'uk.) 

PREPARED BY 



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spoonful of Cinnamon, half a spoonful of Cloves, half of Allspice, 
half of black Pepper, half a cuji of Sour Milk, two and a half 
cups of Flour, half a teaspoonful of Soda. White Dough, two cups 
of White Sugar, one cup of Butter, half a cup of Sour Milk, two 
teaspoonfuls of Cream of Tartar, one teaspoonful of Soda, whites 
of seven Eggs, three and a half cups of Flour; butter your pans and 
put alternately layers of the mixture, beginning with the black 
dough. 



Fruit Cake. 

One and a fourth pounds of Sugar, three-fourths of a pound of 
Butter, one pound of Raisins, half a pound of Currants, one and 
three-fourths pounds of Flour, one Lemon, one-fourth pounds of 
Citron, six Eggs, one Nutmeg, one pint of Sweet Cream, one teaspoon- 
ful of Soda, mix Butter and Sugar well together, add Eggs and 
Cream by degrees— bake about two liours after washing tlie Cur- 
rants and Raisins, dry them and sprinkle them with Flour. 



French Jumbles. 

One pound and a half of Flour, one pound of Sugar, three- 
fourths of a pound of Butter, three Eggs ; dissolve one teaspoonful 
of Soda in one half cup of Milk, roll out the dough and bake in 
small cakes of any shape — bake in a quick oven. 



Mary's Cocoanut Jelly Cake. 

Twelve Eggs, three-fourths of a pound of Butter, half a pound 
of Sugar, one pound and two ounces of Flour, ten ounces of grated 
Cocoanut, two small tablespoon fuls of Vanilla. Bake as for Jelly 
Cake. 

The Paste for Cake. — Whites of six Eggs, twelve tablespoonfuls 
of Sugar, and twelve spoonfuls of grated Cocoanut; beat well and 
proceed as with Fruit Jelly. p 

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The most Elegant Toilet Articles are those of 






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YOUNQ'P ^OTHflF} OF ^EARL; 

FOR THE COMPLEXION. 

A pure and harmless article, and can be used without fear of injury 
to the skin. 



YOUNG'S OPERA PERFUMES. 

Jockey Club, White Rose, New Mown Hay, Heliotrope, Ylang- 

yiang. Musk, Violet, Patchouiy, &c , &c. One trial will greatly 

please. 

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YOUNG'S CAMPHOR ICE SOAP, 

An elegant article for the complexion and skin. Used in Winter 
for chapped skin, and in Summkr for counteracting the effects of 
mosquito and other insect bites. Very mild in its nature, and re- 
commended for infants as well as adults. 



Lundborg's Cosmoimlitan Pearl Cologne. 

The most delightful and refreshing article ever used 1 Superior 
to anything imported ! 



Young's Alaska Canijthor Ice, 

A simple and efficient remedy for Chapped Face and Hands, Sun- 
burn, Sore Lips, Tan, Freckles, Chilblains and Insect bites. 
Ask your druggist for the above. 

Liberal Inducements^offered to the Trade. 

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Jelly Roll Cake. 

Take three Eggs beaten thoroughly, one cup of Sugar, one cup 
of Flour, add one tea.^poonful of Cream of Tartar, and a half tea- 
spoonful of Soda mixed with the Flour — bake in a quick oven, and 
spread with Jelly, and roll while warm. 

Chickens, Diseases in. [see Pouury.] 
Shampoo for Barbers. 

Carbonate Potussa 2 drachms. 

Aqua Ammonia 2 uunceii. 

Alcohol ■'> drachms. 

Mix and apply in the usual way. 
Another fornuila. 

Powdered Bornx 1 ounce. 

Bay Umn , 4 " 

V/arm Wuter I pint. 

Cure For Corns. 

Soak the feet well in warm water at niglit, and with a sharp 
knife, (a razor is the be^st), pare down all thi; indurated skin as close 
an po.s.'iible without drawing blood, then wet a cotton rag with a 
solution of Cream of Tartar, — one tc;ispoonful of Cream of Tartar 
to a teacup of water, — and bind it around the Corn till morning; a 
piece of (Jiled Silk bound over the whole is a good addition. Now 
apply what is generally known as a Corn Pla.ster; they can.be ob- 
tained at "Brill's," and nothing more will you hear from your cause 
of all evil. A proper fitting shoe is of the greatest importance, they 
should neither bind nor chafe the foot. 

Corn Plaster. 

Diachylon Plaster 2 ounces. 

Rosin. Yellow 2 " 

Pow'd Vcrdigri.'' 1 " 

Make into an ointment and spread on linen, soak and pare the 
? Corn and apply a fresh plaster night and morning. ? 

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thing new, but as an improvement on what has already been intro* 
duced. 

Living in an age of improvement we ought to encourage every- 
thing that leads to advancement in medicifie, as well as any other 
science. The Lozenges are composed entirely of vegetable ingredi- 
ents that are used by the most prominent practitioners in the coun- 
try, by combining these with pure white sugar, and moulding them 
into proper shape, they make an agreeable, harmless and yet 

VERT EFFECTIVE VERMIFUGE. 

Brill's Worm Confections will undoubtedly supercede all the old 
nauseous vermifuges that have been a terror to children for years, 
and they will hail with delight a medicine so pleasant to take. In 
fact, they need not know that it is medicine as it i* almost impossi- 
ble to distinguish them from the best Bon Bons. Ask for Brill's 
and give them a trial. 

PREPARED ONLY BY 

APOTHECARY & DRUGGIST, 

No. 77 FEDERAL STREET, 

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JOB liOTS OF GOODS AT JOSEPH HORXE & CO.'S. 

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Corns and Warts. 

Gum Galbannum 1 ounce. 

Black Pitch i " 

Diachylon Plaster 2 drachms. 

Pow'd Sal Ammoniac 1 scruple. 

Dissolve the Gum Galbannum in Vinegar and evaporate to a 
thick mass, then add the other ingredients to make a Soft Plaster, 
and apply as the above; or rub the corns frequently with Pain 
Eradicator which will always give relief. 

Cough, Remedy for. 

Sal Ammonia 1 drachm. 

Tart. Emetic 1 grain 

Ext. Ilyoscyami 6 " 

" Licorice i drachm. 

Water 4 ounces. 

Mix. A teaspoonful every three hours or oftener. 

Cough, Tea for. 

Also a good cathartic in larger doses. 

Senna Leaves 4 ounces. 

Elder Flowers 1 " 

Anise-Seed 1 " 

Fennel" 1 " 

Licorice Root 1 " 

Cream of Tartar 6 drachms. 

Boil one ounce of the above in one pint of water; to one-half 
strain and add White Sugar one-half pound. 

Dose. — A tablespoon ful every two hours until relieved. "An 
excellent remedy for children." 

Cough Tea. [Another Form.] 

Iceland Moss 1 ounce. 

Koman Chamomile 2 ounces. 

Melissa Herb 6 " 

Pulmonia " 6 " 

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The Most Perfect Orgao Extant!! 



Warranted to be More Durable 
than all other Organs I ! 



The BURDETT ORGAN is the only one which contains the great 
patent " Human Voice " Stop of Carpenter's. 

The BURDETT is the only Organ which contains no sham Stops. 

The BURDETT is the only Organ which you can play upon with- 
out pulling out any stops. 

The BURDETT i^ the only Organ upon which a mere beginner 
can produce as fine music as the' most skillful player. 

The BURDETT is both the best and the cheapest Organ made. 



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MAKE. 

K. KLEIBBR 6i BRO.^S^ 

122 WOOD STREET, 

Sole Western Agents, Wholesale and Retail, for the Burdett Organ. 



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XVormwooJ tierb C ounces. 

• Valerian Root IJ " 

Cough Tea, as above 2 " 

ms„ Grind into coardo powdor, boll and use as above. 



Cough, Whooping, Cure for. 

Chestnut Leaves A ounce. 

Boiling Wiitcr •, 1 ciuart. 

Pour the ^v■:lter on the leaves, let stand until cool, then give a 
teaspoonful of the infusion three times a day, the l;ist dose to bo 
given before retiring; after twenty-four or six hours the suflerer will 
be relieved, then the <iosc may 1*0 administered in a smaller quan- 
tity, 

Case-Kardening. 

Cows Horn or Hoof dried and pulverized, to this add an equal 
quantity of Bay Salt, mix them with stale Chamber Lye or W lute 
Wine Vinegar, cover the Iron or other article to be hardened with 
this mixture, and bed the same in loam or enclose in an iron-box; 
then lay it on the hearth of a forge to dry and harden, then put into 
the fire and blow until the lump or box has a red heat, and no 
higher, as the mixture would be burnt too much, then take the Iron 
out and put into water to harden. 



Case-Hardening Mixture. 

pound. 



l*russiato of Potasaa 

Bichromate of " 

Common Suit 

Charcoal 

Cattle Hoof 

Mix and use as above. These recipes have been used by Arti- 

8 sans for years and have proven very valuable. 



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LEMON & V^^EISE, 

PITTSBUEGH, TA. 

Whore may be found a full assortment of Parlor, Cham- 
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PATENT SWING CRIB 

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Ifractical Furniture ^Manufacturers, 
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Cement for Glass or Iron Under Water. 

Litharge, Pow'd..., 1 gill 

CalcincJ Plastor Paris , 1 " 

Dry White Sand 1 " 

Rosin, Finely Po\»'(l ...J " 

Sift them together so as to mix tlinroughly, put into a bottle 
and cork tightly ; when wanted for use, mix into a Putty with boiled 
Linseed Oil, adding a little Patent Dryer. Mix each lot at least 
fifteen hours before using; after applying let it dry for a few hours 
before letting on the water. Very valuable for Iron Water Pipes, 
Tanks, and Glass Aquaries, &c. 

Cement, Diamond. [For Chlna, Glass, Ac] 

White Glue 1 pound. 

White Lead J " 

Soft AVater I qu.nrt. 

Alcohol i pint. 

Place the first three ingredients in a kettle and set into another 
with water, " water bath," boil until the glue is dissolved, then add 
the Alcohol and boil again until all is well mixed, keep in well 
stopped bottles and use in the same way as Glue ; should it get too 
hard set the bottle into boiling water until it softens. 

Cement for Iron and Castings. 

Make a soft Putty by mixing Black Oxide of Mangenese with 
Sulphuric Acid ; putty up the cracks or broken parts, and let dry 
or harden with a gentle heat. This Cement if properly made and 
api)lied, will get as hard as the Iron itself. 

Cider, How to Preserve and Keep Sweet. 

When the Cider has stopped fermenting rack it ofF and rinse 
the barrel; return three gallons of the Cider back into the barrel; 
now take a strip of Cotton Cloth 2 by 6 inches which has been 
dipped in Melted Brimstone and dried, fire one end of the strip -and 
hold it in the bunghole, holding it by means of the bung, giving it 
sufficient air to burn, but keep in all the smoke you can; when done 
8 burning push the bung in tight and shake the barrel until the Sul- 



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ALL NERVOUS PAINS, 

Is pronounced by lh« most Scientific IMedical Men 

IHE GREAM NEIj'ROTIG AND RELIEF FOR PAIN 

ON THIS CONTINENT. 



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There i<s no remedy in the country that deserves greater praise 
tlian the above etHcient preparation. Long before it was introduced 
to tlie public it was subjected to the most rigid tests, that its efficacy 
in curing certain aft'ections might be determined, and in every in- 
stance it has proven reliable. At the earnest solicitations of those 
who have been cured, the inventor wa.s induced to send it forth 
upon its great mis.sion of relieving snflering humanity; as if by 
magic, it spi-ead in every direciion, performing the most wonderful 
cures. 

Mm piGiii i fe l|tk |illrt Mf, 

And attach virtues to it which it is-as never thought to possefs. 
We subjoin a few testimonials selected at random from the hundreds 
continually coming in, the parties all being prominent and well 
known. By referring to the gentlemen whose names are signed, 
the most skeptical will be convinced that for 

NEURALGIA, NBRVOIJS HEADACHl, TOOTHACHE, 

And all pains arising from a derangement of the nervous system, 
it is infiillible. It can also be used internally for 

COLIC, CRAMP, filARRHGSA, DYSE?JTERY, &c. 

And will alwavsgiverelief without injury to the general health, n 




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phiirouH G;i.-4 is nhf-orbcJ by the Cider; llicn return the rest of tiie 
Cider free from sediment; shake together and you have a Cider that 
will keep for any length of time. 

Cider Wine. 

Tnl<e CJood Cider made from Foimd, ripe Apples, (sour ones 
preferred), let it ferment from one to three weeks, as tlie weatlier 
is warm or cool; wlien it has attained a lively fermentation, add 
to each gallon according to its Acidity, from half to two pounds of 
White Sugar, then let the whole ferment, until it possesses precisely 
the taste which it is desired should be permanent. In thi^t condi- 
tion pour out a fjiiart of tlie Cider, and add for each gallon of Cider 
J o7,. of Sulphite of Lime, mixing the Powder thoroughly with the 
quart of Cider, then retiirn the wlu>le to the barrel, agitate briskly 
for a few moments and let settle, the fermentation will cease at once. 
Wlien it ]ja.s become clear draw off carefully and bottle, cork loosely 
so as to prevent the bottles bursting, should it again begin to fer- 
ment. This Cider will keep a long time, and be equal in taste to 
Wine. 

Cider, To Preserve. 

Add ten ounces of Sulphite of Lime to every barrel of Cider 
mixing the Lime first with a little Cider, shake together well, or 
take one pound of White Mustard »Secd, jmt it into a bag and hang 
it into the bunghole of the barrel ; it gives the Cider a pleasant 
spicy taste and arrests fermentation. 

Cider, Artificial, 

To twenty gallons of Wafer add fifteen pounds of White or 
Brown Sugar, one-half pound of Tartaric Acid ; then boil two pounds 
of Dried Apples and add the juice, put into a keg or barrel; makes 
a good Cider and answers well for a summer drink or for Fever 
Patients. 



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P[Rf[CI SPRING GEO WllflOyi SPRINGS, A MATIflfSS WllfiOUISmW OR RUSKS' 

TIIK ATTKNTION OK ALL Housckrcpfrst. all Hotel 
Propri' t'lrs, nil niniiaefre of Pnb'ic Institutions, nil the 
^'ediciil Prof ssiuti ic called to the 

Vliich fur c canline 6, durability, comfort and health, is 
without a lival. 

It is in fait a completo applianc • for b'I purposes ot 
n St and Fhi-p, cnnibiiiing all the advaiitngps of a most 
I erfert Si ring Bed, and the usual UmJef Matfrcss in ono 
article, ^^ll lo it lisfi i one of ttie objections of litlipr. All 
persons intir"-ted in this matter, all who are dissatisfied 
with tlieir ircsi nt sleeping accommodations, iind nil new 
buyers, g- neia'Iy, when consideHng ;hc important ques- 
tion. 

What shall I Sleep on? 

Are desired to read the fol owing pre-emfrirmt advanta- 
ges of the Wire Mattress, and also to give the best of per- 
sonal experience. 

First. Its ease and c inifoit. 

Second. Its cleanliness. 

Third. Its perfect noiselcBsness. 

Fourth. Its adaption to the form of the body. 

iifth. U- dtnabiiity. 

Sixth. Its rem rkab'n elasticity. 

The fiucslion may inrleed be well asked, why such spe- 
(ial att< niiou is called o this new article, with so n:any 
appliances for sleeping pi.rposes already in use. The 
answer 's, that the WIKE MATTKKSS supplies a want 
which has long hern felt fcr a clean, nii.^elcBS eKvtic bed, 
which can be tl.set) with « thick mattress in ^finter, if de. 
B-red, and a t in coviring only in summer, whicli could 
be easily aired, and in wh ch all sme 1 and musty odor 
would be entinly nvoided This pressing want the 
WIRE MATTRl;S:« does supply. 

"^r « 1^. o m .PL o IM" ^ 

GENERAL AGENT FOR WESTERN FENN'A. 
411 IJIBEI^T~Z" STieSET, 




Opposite Union Depot. 



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DOSES OP MEDICINES. 
Generally Known and used by Heads of Families. 

We invariably give the ndult or full dose unless mentioned, nnd 
the quantity must be regulated according to the ngc of tho person 
to whom it is to be adniiiilstered. For instance, the proportion 
given to a child one montlj to three montha old, one-twentictli; six 
to nine months, one-tenth; one year old, one-seventh; two to three 
years old, one-fifth ; four to five, one-fourth ; six to seven, one-third; 
eight to twelve, one-half; thirteen to twenty, three-fourths; at 
twenty-one a fnil dose U given, 

Acctum Vinegar , 1 to 

Acitl Cnrbdlio 1 " 

Aconito Leaves, Monkshood 1 " 

Root 1 " 

" " Tincture of. ^ " 

Alum 10 " 

Ammonia Sp'ts Aromatic ,,..,, i " 

Antimonial Wine as Emetic 2 " 

" " Expectorant 10 " 

Calomel ....,,,,.. J " 

Camphor Gum 1 " 

" Water i " 

" Spirits 6 " 

Colchicum Seed, Wine of. i " 

" " Tinct. " i " 

" Root, " " 10 " 

" •< Wine of 10" 

Digitalis, Foxglove i " 

« " Tincture 10 " 

Either, Sulphuric i " 

Ergot, Spurred Rye 10 " 

" Fl'd E.\t 10 " 

" Tincture 1" 

" Wine of 1 " 

Galls "Nut Galls." 10 " 

" Tinct. of I" 

Quaiao Resin 10 " 




4 f. drachms. 

3 grains. 

2 " 

2 " 
10 drops. 
20 grains. 

1 f. drachm. 

4 
30 drops. 
20 grains. 
10 " 

1 ounce. 
20 drops. 

2 f. drachms. 
2 

60 drops. 
30 « 
1 grain. 
20 drops 

1 drachm. 
30 grains. 
30 drops. 

2 drachms. 

2 " 
20 grains. 

3 drachms. 
30 s-rains. 



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A. ORTIflKB dS: GO. 

No. 51 Federal Street, Alle^lien37- City, 

Are now selling their large and magnificent stock of 

CTJSTOM-MADK 



AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. 

Country people and dealers generally would do well to call and 
examine before purchasing elsewhere. 



N. B — Material and workmanship warranted. We also pack and 
ship with the greatest care without extra charge. 



HOFFMAm & hale:. 




Mo, 60 Fifth Avenue,%nttshurgh, Pa., 

MANDFACTUUERS OF THE 

HOFFMAN & HALE PIANO, 



AND SOLE AGENTS FOR THE 



Dunham & Son, and ilie Marscliall & Mitlauer 






Al,SO EXCLUSIVE AGENTS rolt 

PORTABLE PIPE ORGAX. SILVER TONCrE. LEUTO AND 
PKLOUBET, PELTON & CO. REED ORGANS. 

Will sell Instruments at grcailv reduced prices. Keep con' 
stantly on hand SHEEP MUSIC and MUSICAL GOODS 

of every description. o/ 

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JOSKPn IIOKNE & CO., 71 & 1-1 MAKKET ST.. PITTSBlRfiH. 

(h(<C* BRILL'S FAMILY RECIPES. <^>^ 

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Giuaiao Tinot 1 to 8 drachms. 

" " Aiuiu'jniat^J 1 " 2 " 

Oingor 10 " 20 grains. 

" Tinot. of. i «' 1 drachm. 

Ipecao, Syrup of, " Emotic." i " 1 ounco. 

" " Expoctofant....lO " 30 drop*. 

Iron, Tinot. of, in water 10 " 30 " 

" gyrup " i" 2 drachms. 

" Procip. Carb b" .30 grains. 

«' Sulphate 1" 5 " 

Jalap, PuW'd 10" 20 " 

" " Compound 20 " 60 " 

" Tinot. of. 1" 4 drachma. 

Kino, Tinot. of 1 " 2 " 

Lavender Couip. Sp'ta i" 1 " 

Lobelia, Tlnct. of 10 " 80 drops. 

Mass, Blue Pill.... 1 " 10 grains. 

Magnesia, Carbonato i" 2 drachms. 

" Calolnod 10" .10 grains. 

" Citrate, Solution 4 " 12 ounces. 

Mustard as an Emetic 1 dracbm. 

Oil, Cod Liver i to 1 ounce. 

" Castor }" 1 " 

" Olive 1" 2 '• 

" Croton .^ i" 2 drops. 

" Turpentine 5" 30 " 

Opium Gum i" 1 grain. 

" Tinot. Laudanum 6" 25 drops. 

Paregoric A" 2 drachms. 

Peruvian Bark 10" 60 grains. 

" " Tinct 1 " 4 drachms. 

" " Elixir 1 " 4 " 

Pota.^sa, Acetate of 20 " 60 grains. 

"" Bicarbonate 20" 60 " , '' 

" Chlur.-ite 15 "30 " 

Potassium Bromide 3 " 10 .,vf* 

" Iodide 1 " 10 " 

Quassia 20" 60 " 

" Tinct 1" 2 drachms. 

Rhubarb, Pow'd 10 " 30 grains. 

^ " Tinct 1" 3 drachms. ^ 

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PAIN ERADICATOR 

AS A CUKE FOR 




In regard to the efBcacy of the Pain Eradicatok we refer to 
the following Certificates from well known and reliable persons ; — 

New York, Nov. 22d, 1869. 

Mr. W. H. BrilIj. — Dear Sir: — Over a year ago you will proba- 
bly remember presenting me with a bottle of your Pain Eradicator, 
wliich I had no use for, and in consequence presented it to a lady 
friend of mine in Philadelphia, who sufl'ered fearfully from ner- 
vous headache, and at times was perfectly prostrate ; she had no 
other remedy by her but your medicine, and took a dose, which 
acted as a perfect charm ; and for several times feeling it coming 
on, took a dose which quite prevented it ; on giving it to two other 
friends affected in a similar way, it had precisely the same happy 
effect. I am glad to inform you of its good effect, and any refer- 
ence or certificate that will be of service to you I shall be glad to 
endorse, and would thank you to send a large bottle to Mrs. G. B. 

C , Chestnut St., Philadelphia, as soon as possible, and bill to 

me. By so doing you will greatly oblige 

Yours, truly, H. S. PILKINGTON, 

Drug Broker, Cedar St., N. T. 



Allegheny, Feb. 14, 1870. 
W. H. Brill, Esq. — Sir: — I am prepared in confidence to speak 
of your Pain Eradicator in the most flattering terms, as a cure for 
Neuralgia in any form, and especially for nervous headache, from 
which I have been a sufferer for years. Accidentally happening 
into your store I was induced to try it for an attack that had given 
me great pain for several days. In less than ten minutes after ap- 
plying the remedy and taking a teaspoonful internally, I was, to 
my surprise, entirely relieved. I cheerfully advise all of my 
friends, and the general public, to try one bottle and they will find 
my assertions correct. j. WHITE, No. 6 Shield St. 

Gon. ARent for Tuttle's EUiptio Heat Valve. 

Pittsburgh, Feb. 10, 1869. 
Messrs. W. H. Brill & Co. — Gentlemen: — I have been using 
your valuable Pain Eradicator in my family for some time, and can 
recommend it highly to persons afflicted Avith Neuralgia, as I have 
had immediate relief after several applications, when suffering the 
most excruciating pain in the head, from frequent attacks of the 
malady. I also cheerfully bear testimony to its efficacy in speedily 
relieving nervous headache, having frequently seen its curative 
^ effects on one of my own family, j) g DIFFENBACHER, 

WholCiialo and Ketail Jealc-r in Boois & Shoes, No. 19 Fifth Av. v^ 



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Rhubarb Syrup Spiced for Childr'n 1 to 2 drachms. 

Salt, Epsom., ^ " 1 ounce. 

" Rochelle i" 1 " 

Savine, Pow'd 5" 15 grains. 

Santonin 2" 3 " 

Sarsaparilla Syr ^ " 1 ounce. 

" iTd Ext i" 1 drachm. 

Sassafras, Infusion 1 " 2 ounces. 

Squill Root, Pow'd 1 " 2 grains. 

" Fl'd Ext 5 " 15 drops. 

" Syrup i " 1 drachm. 

" " Comp. "HiveSyr."..10 " 60 drops. 

Seneka Syrup 1" 2 drachms. 

Senna Leaves \" 2 " 

" Fl'd Ext 1" 4 " 

" Infusion 4 drachms. 

Soda Boras, "Borax." 20 to 40 grains. 

" Bicarbonate 10" 60 " 

" Chlorate 15 " 30 " 

« Sulphate, " Glauber Salt.", i " 1 ounce. 

" Sulphite 10 " 30 grains. 

Spigelia " Pink Root." 1" 2 drachms. 

" " Infusion 4 " 8 ounces. 

Sp's Ether Comp. HofFmn's An'e i " 1 drachm. 

" of Nitre i" 1 " 

" "Lavender i" 1 " 

Sulphur, Flowers of. 1 " 3 drachms. 

" Milk 1 " 3 " 

Tobacco "Emetic." 5" 6 grains. 

Thornapple Leaves 1 " 3 " 

" Seed i " 1 grain. 

Tansy Leaves 10" 40 grains. 

« Oil 2" 5 drops. 

Turpentine, Sp'ts of. 20" 60 " 

Uva Ursi 20 " 60 grains. 

Valerian 30" 60 " 

" Tinct. of. 1" 2 drachms. 

" Fl'd Ext i" 1 drachm. 

Veratrium Vir Tinct 4" 10 drops. 

Wormseed 20 " 40 grains. 

" Oil 4" 8 drops. 



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SOLID IIsT 1869, 

Eigtitf-six Thousand Seven Hunild k Eigtitj-one Machines! 

These figures, and those given below, are from sworn returns (to 
which any one can have access) made to the receiver, appointed by 
the owners of valuable Sewing Machine Patents, who license most 
of the companies of lesser importance. 

In 1869 The Singer Mancfacturino Company 

Sold over the Leavitt Sewing Machine Co 8G,010 Machines. 

Sold over the Parham Sewing Machine " 85,640 " 

Sold over the Fiukle & Lyon Manuf'g " 85,442 " 

Sold over the ,^tna Sewing Machine " 82,233 " 

Sold over the American Button-Hole " 78,989 «' 

Sold over the Empire Sewing Machine •' 78,081 " 

Sold over the Florence " " 73,120 " 

Sold over the Wilcox & Gibbs S. M. " 69,580 " 

Sold over the Weed Sewing Machine " 67,094 " 

Sold over the Grover & Baker S. M. " 51,593 " 

Sold over the two Howe Companys 41,781 " 

Sold over the Wheeler & Wilson and the El- 
liptic combined 7,915 " 

Tl)e Singer is the oldest Machine, the latest improved, the quiet- 
est, lightest running, simplest and most perfect in construction, and 
requires less than half the skill to run it that is required by any 
other machine. 

The only Machine using Church's Patent Machine Filled 
Bobbins, which saves the operator the trouble of winding the 
under thread. 

Call and see the Singer, or send for Circulars and Samples, to 



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Zinc, Oxide of 2 to 8 grains. 

" Sulphate of 1" 2 " 

" "as Emetic." 10 " 30 « 



Zinc in over-doses is an irntant Poison. 

DROWNING. 
Resuscitation of the Drowned. 

Insufflation of the lungs must take place, which can be done 
by introducing a tube of any kind, even a tobacco-pipe well washed, 
into a nostril, and both nostrils being pressed against the tube; the 
mouth should be stopped by the operator's hand, and he should 
then blow with sufficient force Into the tube to drive air into the 
lungs ; the chest is then seen to rise. By removing the tube and 
the hand from the mouth expiration will spontaneously take place, 
and it may be aided by the open hand applied with moderate pres- 
sure to the lower part of the chest. This manoeuvre being repeated 
ten or twelve times the heart is felt to beat, if the patient had at 
the beginning of the operation any vitality in him. 

Dropsy, Cure for. 

Take the inner bark of the Common Elder, a sufficient quan- 
tity put into a bottle and add Hard Cider sufficient to make a strong 
infusion. The dose for an adult should be one ounce three or four 
times a day, improvement will at once be perceptible ; should the 
patient be feeble give with the above, Tinture of Iron and Sulphate 
of Quinine. 

Dropsy, Mixture for. 

Juniper Berries \ ounce. 

Mustard Seed J " 

Ginger Root i " 

Horse Radish 1 " 

Parsely 1 " 

Cider 2 pints. 

Macerate for a few days, then take a wineglassful two or three 
o times daily. S 

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DYES FOR WOOL, &c. 

Black. 

Logwood 2 pounds. 

Yirdigris 1 ounce. 

Alum i " 

Copperas i " 

The above is for five pounds of Yarn, which boil with the Dye 
for one hour. 

Yellow. 

Steep the yarn in a Solution of Alum ; to every pound of yarn 
take one pound of Fustic, boil in a sufficient quantity of Water until 
the color is well extracted; take out the chips and let the yarn 
simmer for ten or fifteen minutes, then rinse. 

Green. 

Alum the yarn as above and dye a pale yellow color ; then pre- 
pare a strong yellow color as above, into which, drop as much Solu- 
tion of Indigo until the required color is obtained, which may be 
ascertained by dipping a few threads of yarn into the dye ; simmer, 
then rinse in clean water. 

Red. 

Alum the yarn and dye it a pale yellow color, then take one 
pound Brazil-wood to each pound of yarn ; boil until the color is 
extracted and proceed as in yellow. 

Crimson. 

Dye the yarn red as above ; when it has taken a good color, take 
it out of the bath and add to it a sufficient quantity of Strong Lye 
or Pearlash ; give the yarn a second dip, leaving it over the fire a 
short time. 

Pink. 

Cochineal 1 ounce. 

Cream of Tartar 1 '' 

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Alum the Yarn and dry it. Prepare a bath of half the ingre- 
dients, in which, boil for fifteen minutes, take out and let cool ; pre- 
pare a second bath of the remaining ingredients and boil for fifteen 
minutes. 

Scarlet. 

Cream of Tartar \ ounce. 

Cochineal \\ " 

Solution of Tin 2 " 

Yarn 1 pound. 

Put the above ingredients into a sufficient quantity of Warm 
Water in the order they stand above, always mixing the bath well 
after adding a new drug ; when the bath begins to boil put in the 
yarn, move it around briskly two or three times, then move slowly 
for eighteen or twenty minutes, then take out, rinse and dry it. 

Blue. 

Is readily made by adding snfScient Solution of Indigo to Soft 
Water, (more or less as the shade may require,) put in the Yarn and 
boil. 

For Solutions of Indigo and Tin. [see solutions.] 
Drinking, Substitute for. 

Infusion of Quassia 11 ounces. 

Tinct. of Opium i ounce. 

Acid Sulph. Arom 2 drachms. 

A small wineglassful three times a day before meals. 

Diarrhoea Cordial. 

Pow'd Rhubarb 1 ounce. 

" Peppermint Leaves 1 " 

Cayenne Pepper 1 drachm. 

Steep with half a pint of Boiling Water, then strain and add 
one-half ounce of Bicarb. Potassa, one-half ounce of Ess. Cinnamon, 
one-half pint of Brandy, one-quarter pound of White Sugar; mix 
well together. 

Dose for an Adult. — A tablespoonful as needed, or give from 
thirty drops to a teaspoonful of Pain Eradicator in a little Brandy 
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Extract of Vanilla. 

Vanilla Bean 1 ounce. 

Sugar, White 8 ounces. 

Brandy ^ pint. 

"Water 6 ounces. 

Macerate for several days in a warm place and filter. 

Essence of Jockey Club. 

Pow'd Orris Root 1 pound. 

Alcohol 1 gallon. 

Decant and add 

Ess. Jassiinin 1 pint. 

Oil of Rose 1 drachm. 

Agitate and add Water one quart, Salt one tablespoonful. 

Eye Salve. 

Powdered Opium 12 grains. 

Red Precipitate 12 " 

Simj)le Cerate i^ ounce. 

Mix and apply twice daily ; good for inflamed and sore eyes, 
styes, &c. 

Electuary for Piles. 

Cream of Tartar 1 ounce. 

Milk of Sulphur ^ " 

Confection of Senna 2 " 

Sj'rup of Ornnge 2 gills. 

An excellent remedy. Dose. — A teaspoonful three or four 
times a day. 

Enamel for the Fa*5e. 

Oxide of Zinc 1 ounce. 

Hot Water 2 ounces. 

Carmine 3 grains. 

Rose Water 6 ounces, 

Eub the Zinc and Carmine with the Hot Water, then add the 
last ; apply with soft cloth or fine sponge. 

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Enamels. 



Usually formed of Glass, colored with Metallic Oxides, and 
applied in a thin stratum to brightly polished metallic surfaces, on 
which they can be fused by the flame of a lamp urged by the blow- 
pipe or by the heat of .a furnace, and in cooling, forms a vitreous 
varnish of any shade or color desired. The preparation of Enamels 
being entirely dependent on chemistry, — " any person wishing it can 
get recipes for any shade by applying to the author of this work." 

Files, To Clean or Re-cut. 

This method was invented by Prof. Piatt after great expense 
and trouble, and is the more valuable. 

Dissolve four ounces of Saleratus in a quart of Water, and boil 
the files in it for half an hour, then wasli and dry them ; now have 
ready in a stout vessel one quart of Rain Water, to which you have 
added four ounces of Sulphuric Acid, immerse the files in tliis 
preparation and let them remain from six to twelve hours, accord- 
ing to the fineness or coarseness of the files, then remove, wash 
clean and dry quickly, and put a little Sweet Oil on them to cover 
the surface. Files may be re-cut in this manner at least three times, 
making in all more wear than it took to wear out the file at first. 
The preparation can be used as long as you can see action taking 
place on putting the files in ; keep well covered when not in use. 

Frosted Feet. 

Soak them in Cold Water before going to bed, and bathe the 
parts aflfected freely with Pain Eradicator and it will reduce the 
swelling, take out the soreness, and your feet will get well. 

Eye Water. 

Sulphate of Zinc 2 grains. 

Tannin 5 " 

Wino of Opium i drachm. 

Rose Water , 2 ounces. 

Mix and bathe the eyes freely every morning, the first thing 
^ after rising and before going to bed in the evening. 

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Worms afflict the human race of all ages, from earliest childhood 
to advanced life, though more frequently the young, they as a rule 
depend on a morbid condition of the Digestive Organs, caused by 
unwholesome food, inpure air, or depraved constitution. 

The general symptoms are enlarged and swollen abdomen, itching 
at the anus and nose, headache, foul breath, gnawing pain in the 
stomach, impaired and irregular aj)petite, sometimes ravenous, and 
again little or none, bowels often loose or constipated, peevishness, 
disturbed sleep, grinding of the teeth, &c. No set of symptoms 
can positively be depended on, but the above are most reliable. 
Worms are often the bane of a child's existence and prolific source 
of the numerous diseases which imperil the lives of Children ; their 
presence in the intestinal canal is the source of great irritation, 
which operating on the delicate nervous organization of the child, 
so keenly alive to every morbid impression, gives rise oftentimes 
to the most violent disturbances of the nervous system, such as 
Fits, Convulsions, Epilepsy, Saint Vitus Dance, &c. 

Mothers should watch with great care the earliest symptoms 
indicating the presence of worms, and by the use of 

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or its life endangered. Brill's Confections being perfectly harm- 
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suspicion of worms. This valuable remedy is purely vegetable and 
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Eggs, How to Preserve Them. 

For every three gallons of Water put in one pint of Fresh 
Slacked Lime, and the same amount of Common Salt. Mix well 
and put into a barrel which should be half full of this fluid, then 
put in your Eggs carefully so as not to break any, then cover the 
vessel over with a lid, on which also put Lime and Salt ; this pro- 
cess wiU keep Eggs from two to four years if properly managed. 

Another Method. 

Dissolve some Gum Shellac in Alcohol so as to make a thin 
varnish ; give each Egg a coat, after they are perfectly dry, pack in 
on Bran or Sawdust with their points downward, in such a manner 
that they cannot shift about should it be necessary. For Hatching 
wash the varnish ofl' with a little Alcohol. 

Egg Flip. 

Beer or Ale one pint, three Eggs, Sugar two ounces, Nutmeg 
and Ginger sufficient; break the Eggs into one-half of the Beer, 
add the Sugar and beat well together, then place into a warmer and 
heat to nearly boiling, stirring all the time. Next add the other 
portion of the Beer and Spices and mix well ; some prefer a glass 
of Spirits instead of Beer. Care must be taken not to let it boil, if 
it should, the Eggs will separate. 

Fainting, Treatment for. 

Free exposure to the air, baring neck and chest, cold douche, 
stimulants applied with friction, irritating agents to the nostrils, as 
Veratria, dilute Ammonia, etc. 

In order to clear the throat, place the person gently on the face 
with one wrist under the forehead, that all fluid and the tongue it- 
self may fall forward and leave the entrance into the, windpipe free, 
imitate respiration by turning the body completely on the side, and 
a little beyond, then again on the face, and so on, alternately fifteen 
times in a minute no more. 

Avoid immediate removal of the patient as it involves a dan- 
gerous loss of time, also the bellows, or any forcing instrument and 
all rough treatment ; the limbs may be rubbed upward with firm 
pressure and with energy, in order to return venous blood to the 
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Falling, and severely bruising any part of the body, often 
causes great trouble, soreness and swelling. If the parts are freely 
bathed with Pain Eradicator two or three times during tlie day 
and before going to bed, the swelling and soreness will subside, and 
little inconvenience will be experienced. 

Furniture, to Polish. 

Take two ounces of Tripoli, powdered, add enough Water to 
cover it, take a piece of white flannel, lay it over a piece of cork 
or rubber and proceed to polish the varnish, always wetting it with 
the Tripoli and Water; when you have a fair even gloss, (which 
will be known by wiping a part with a wet sponge), then take a 
bit of Mutton Suet and Fine Flour and clean the work. 

Fruit, General Directions for Preserving it. 

The first thing to be done in successful conservation, is the 
selection of the fruit, it must be ripe, but not mellow or stale, of 
good size and fair surface. The next tiling is the sugar, which 
should be the best white lump sugar obtainable, perfectly dry and 
destitute of foreign odors; frequently a musty smell may be de- 
tected in sugar, or sometimes the smell of carbon oil, &c., by 
being placed in the vicinity of where articles of a strong odor 
have been kept. The fruit and sugar being selected, the nature 
of the fruit should be well considered, it looks well when put up 
whole, but if in order to do so, they require boiling until the pec- 
tine is changed to jelly, and the fruit is so cooked as to drive off 
the delicate flavors, you have paid dearly for the privilege of 
having your fruit whole. 

Apples should be quartered, unless very small. Pears should 
be halved, the little seckels may be put up whole. Peaches may 
be put up whole or halved, with the pits removed, the last is much 
better, as the prussic acid in the pits gives otherwise too strong a 
flavor to the fruit. All fruits having thick dense rinds should 
have the rind removed or punctured. Puncturing may be done by 
setting a number of fine needles in a piece of pine wood, which 
serves as a handle ; the use of an ordinary fork is barbarous. The 
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name to be used in connection v/ith a medicine, unless he is per- 
fectly satisfied with its curative properties, and perfect safety ; nor 
would any one dare to publish a certificate, which was not genuine 
or ^^ Bona fide," in a community where the gentlemen are so well 
known. The public can re?t assured that our recommendations are 
not gotten up as an advertising medium, but to convince the 
skeptic tliat the Pain Eradicator has given entire satisfaction 
wherever it has been introduced, and that the profession of medi- 
cine sanctions its use. ^ 

Greenville, Pa., August Sth, 1868. ^ 
Having my attention drawn to the medical virtues of Brill's 
Pain Eradicator, which is now eliciting so much praise from pro- 
fessional men, and persons who have used it, that I concluded to 
give it a trial in my practice, being opposed to so-called proprietary 
medicines, and feeling skeptical as to its effects, I watched the 
result of the first application witli considerable doubt, but was 
agreeably sur^irised when I saw the immediate relief which it 
afforded the patient, who liad been suffering from a severe attack 
of Neuralgia. Soon after I had occasion to use it in cases of Cramp, 
Colic, Diarrhoea, Ac, with t!ie same good result. I now use it for the 
various diseases wliich the preparation claims to cui'e, and cheer- 
fully recommend it to the profession and jmblic as a reliable 
remedy. KespectfuUy, B. E. BREINER, M. D. 



Messrs. W. H. Brill & Co.— Gentlemen. •—'^etmit me to bear 
testimony to the efficacy of Brill's Pain Eradicator in removing all 
forms of the Neuroses or Neuralgic affections, it has been mv duty 
to prescribe it in. Pain Eradicator will soon be a Iiousehold word 
having more certain effect than any other remedy extant. Its 
soothing and anodyne properties seem to excel! all that is claimed 
for it. I can recommend it to tb.e profession and the suffering pub- 
lic as a speedy restorer to health. 

Ecspectfully, S. STEVENSON, M. D. 

Ar'>thccr.rj- and Druggist, New Bedford, Pa. 

Freeport, Pa., .June 14th, 1869. 
Messrs. W. H. Brilt, & Co.— GcntJevien:—! have for some time 
past used your Pain Eradicator in my practice, and find it an ex- 
cellent remedv, and in till respects fullv up to wlmt it professes to be. $ 
Respectfully yours, ' A.G. THOMAS, M. D. ol 

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it is put into the sugar, otherwise it will become discolored, there- 
fore the sugar sliould be first prepared ; if, however, fruit when 
peeled is kept under cold water its color will not change. 

If hermetically sealed jars are used, only enough sugar is 
needed to make the fruit palatable ; this should be put into a brass 
kettle with a little water, and allowed to melt slowly. And then 
the heat should be raised gradually to nearly the boiling point. 
The fruit properly prepared is next put into the jars, from which 
it should not again emerge until wanted for the table. The 
amount of sugar proportioned to the fruit by weight, established 
by previous experiments, should then, after being cooled, be divided 
as equally as possible between the jars, and the remaining space 
nearly filled with pure water. The jars should then be placed in 
a kettle containing cold water, pebbles being used to prevent con- 
tact with the bottom and consequent cracking of the jars, and the 
whole raised as quickly as possible to the boiling point and kept 
there about ten minutes. Too long boiling alters the taste and 
color of the fruit. It shouTli be borne in mind that all the heating 
is intended to do, is to expel the air, not cook the fruit. Whatever 
space is left in the jars should now be filled up with hot water, and 
they should be immediately sealed, now place in a dry, cool, and 
dark place. All these requisites must be observed if you desire 
perfection, the action of light discolors the fruit. Heat promotes 
fermentation ; dampness, strange as it may appear, also favors a 
sort of sub-fermentation which generally deteriorates quality. Fruit 
put up strictly according to the above directions will keep for 
years, and retain its original taste and flavor. 

Furniture Polish. 

Linseed Oil .2 ounces. 

Alcohol 1 " 

Sp'ts of Turpentine 1 " 

Mix, and apply with a woolen cloth, and rub with dry cha- 
mois skin. 

Furniture, to Clean. 

The varnish on furniture often turns white where alcohol or 
hot water is dropped on, this can be removed by first pouring a 
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rag, then moisten a cloth vrith Alcohol or Cologne and rub gently 
until the spot disappears. Should the gloss come off, rub it over 
with a little Linseed Oil, or the above polish. 

Freckles, Wash for. 

Tinct. of Bcnzoine ,...,2 ouncos. 

" Tolu 1 " 

Oil of Rosemary 1 drachm. 

Mix. Apply with soft cloth twice daily, also good for pimples 
or sores on the face. 

Flies, to Drive them Off. 

Expose in a plate a mixture of one teaspoonful of Black 
Pepper, two teaspoonfuls of Sugar, and one tablespoonful of Cream. 

Or, make a strong decoction of Quassia, sweetened with Sugar ; 
these remedies are very effectual, and are perfectly harmless to the 
human family. 

Flowers, to Restore when Faded. 

Immerse them half way up their stems in very hot water, 
allowing them to remain in it until it cools, or until they have re- 
covered ; then remove, cut off the " coddled" portion of the stems, 
and place into clean cold water. 

Gun Barrels, Browning for. 

Spirits of Nitre 1 pound. 

Alcohol 1 " 

Corrosive Sublimate 1 ounce. 

Mix and cork tight. 

Another Recipe for Tv/ist Barrels. 

Spirits of Nitre., , I ounces. 

Tinct. of Iron , I " 

Sulphur Vivum , J " 

Blue Vitriol i " 

Corrosive Sublimate | " 

Nitric Acid 1 drachm. 

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Is wanted in every household, something that can be depended on 
in case of accident, for instance a fall, a sprain, a bruise, sudden 
attack of Cholera Morbus, or even Cholera, Dysentery, Diarrlioea, 
Cramp, Colic, &c., the doctor may be a good Vf-ays otl", and the 
sufferer dies for the want of prompt relief. If you have a bottle of 
Pain Eradicator in the house you can at once apply it and find 
immediate benefit. In all the above named cases the directions 
are full and explicit on every bottle, so tliat any one can see how to 
use it. liead the subjoined recommendations: — 

NcRTn Sewickley, September 9, 1869. 
Messrs. W. H. Brill & Co. — Gentlemen: — I have used your 
Pain Eradicator in my family for some time, and it has really 
proven a wonderful remedy. I have given it to persons who suf- 
fered the most terrible pains in the back, Xeuralgic pains in the 
head, Toothache, Sore Throat, &c., and the result was surprising. 
In the many cases where I udcd and recommended it it universally 
gave relief In fact I do not know of a single instance where it 
failed. Being a pleasant clean preparation, containing no grease or 
stain, agreeable to taste and smell, I know of no remedy which 
I can recommend with the same confidence. 

Very truly yours, SAMUEL C. CLOW. 

Mr. Thojias Scott, Allegheny, had been .suffering for some 
time from Chronic Diarrhoea, accompanied by severe ciiolic and 
griping; he had tried numerous remedies without obtaining relief; 
he hnally tried the Pain Eradicator, and to his astonishment, the 
first few doses cured him, he now uses it regularly himself and in 
his family, considering it the only safe and reliable remedy for 
these maladies. - 

Mr. W. H. Parke, Tobacconist. No 75 Federal street, Alle- 
gheny, has been using the Pain Eradicator for Neuralgia and 
various other pains and aches, and asserts that he would never be 
without it, and invariably recommends it to his friends who may 
be in need of a liniment. 

IMr. J. F. Keely, Druggist, No. S71 Rebecca street, Alle- 
gheny, has been selling the Pain Eradicator for some time, and says 
he never knew of any instance where he sold it but what it gave en- 
tire satisfaction, and now invariablv recommeilds it to his customers. 



ALLEaHENY, PA. 

Messrs. "W. H. Brill & Co. — Gentlemen: — I have used your 
valuable Pain Eradicator with the best result for Neuralgia and 
ft other pains, and chcerfullv recommend it to the public. S 

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Mix with one and a half pints of Rain Water, this mixture 
will show the twist; in order to use this preparation tight, plug 
both ends of the barrel, and let the eticks fitick out a little to 
handle by, then clean them well With quicklime; give it one coat 
and set into a Warm place until a red rust is formed, then card it 
down, repeat the process until you have the desired colDr» 

Gun Slocks, Polish for. 

Gua Shellac. >>. > > i..lO cuneesv 

" Sandrnc 1 ** 

Vetilce Turpentine...,.,....,.. .,... 1 drachm. 

Alcohol, 08 per cent.. .................. .......... 1 gallon, 

Ahet using a few coats of this, you can have a German Polish 
by leaving out eight ounces of Shellac, a coat or two of the polish 
makes an improvement on the varnish, and does not require the 
rubbing that the varnish does to give it the gloss. 

Grafting Wax. 

BoesW^ax .....1 pound. 

Bals. Fir i " 

Vermillion , i " 

Melt the wax:, and add the rest, pour it out on tissue paper. 

Grease Heel and Scratches on Horses. 

Take Lye made of wood ashes, and boil White Oak Bark in 
it until it is quite strong of lye and bark ooze, when cold it is 
ready for use; first wash off the horse's legs with Castile Soap or 
Dish Water, when dry, apply tlie mixture by means of a swab on a 
long stick, so that the animal can not injure you, as the smart will 
make him furious, this process must be repeated at least once a 
day until a cure is affected ; the hair will come off, but will soon 
grow in, when tlie animal is well; to promote their growth, make a 
salve by stewing Sweet Elder Bark in old Bacon, then add suffi- 
cient Rosin to make a salve, about one quarter of a pound of Rosin 
D to every pound of Oil. For other diseases, see "Horses.'' « 

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Common Scratches. 

Make a salve of 

Sweet Oil 6 ounces. 

Borax 2 " 

Sugar Lead 2 " 

Mix and apply twice dailj, after washing v/ith dish water, and 
allowing the leg to dry. 

Glue, Prepared or Liquid. 

White Glue 1\ pounds. 

Water 2\ pints. 

Dissolve in a water bath, and add Kitric Acid, "spec. grav. 
1"32," eight ounces, bottle and cork tight. 

Glue, Prepared, Another. 

Glue 1 pound. 

Water lA pints. 

Acetic Acid 1 " 

Dissolve the glue as above, and add the acid while hot, stir- 
ring briskly. 

Headache. 

According to pathologists, headache arises either from a sym- 
pathy with the stomach, or from aVeakness or exhaustion of the 
power of the Encephalon ; the former may be called sympathetic, 
and the latter nervous headache, the treatment of the first should 
consist in restoring the healthy action of the stomach by the 
administration of aperients, and the use of proper food and ex- 
ercise. Nervous headaehe.s are relieved by nervous tonics and 
stimulants, as Peruvian Bark, Cascarilla, Columbo, Gentian, Cam- 
phor, &c., or apply the Pain Eradicator by means of a soft silk 
cloth, and take fifteen drops in water every hour or two which will 
invariably afford relief. A cup of strong coffee or tea often acts 
like a charm ; silence, darkness and repose are also powerful 
remedies, alike suitable to every variety of headache. 



Honey, Artificial, "Cuba." 

Good Brown Sugar 10 pounds. 

Water 1 quart. P 

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the original letters and certificates can be seen at our office, which 
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[^Froni his Honor the Mayor of Allegheny CiVy.] 

Allegheny, Pa., August 12th, 1868. 
Messrs. W. H. Brill & Co. — Gentlemen: — 1 take occasion to 
volunteer my testimony in favor of your valuable Pain Eradicator. 
I have used it myself for Ivheumatism, and in my family for 
numberless pains and aches, with entire satisfaction, and I hereby 
freely assure you that it has always accomplished what it claims 
to do. Yours very truly, SIMON DRUM. 



Messrs. W. H. Brill & Co. — Gentlemen: — Your Pain Eradi- 
cator has cured me of Rheumatism, which had given me the most 
excruciating pain at intervals for nearly tliree yeai-s; my joints, 
es{)ecially those of my feet, were dreadt'ully swollen at times, so 
that I could scarcely walk ; my shoulders also pained me and gave 
me great trouble ; by the aid of your valuable remedy I have been 
entirely cured. Eespectfullv vours, 

Mrs. Capt. G. W. REED, 

59 Taylor avenue, Allegheny, Pa. 



Sewickley, Pa., Feb. 1st, 1870. 
Mr. W. H. Brill: — I have suffered severely for several 
months from Inflam.matory Rheumatism, for wliich I could obtain 
no relief, although I used a great variety of medicines; I was 
finally induced to try your Pain Eradicator, which produced the 
most gratifying results, in less than two weeks I was entirely cured, 
and now suffer no inconvenience whatever. 

Very truly yours, CHARLES SEVIN. 

Allegheny, Pa., November 14th, 1868. 
Messrs. W. H. Brill <fe Co. — Gentleraen: — I had been suffer- 
ing for years with periodical attacks of Neuralgia in my head, for 
which I seldom found relief until I used your Pain Eradicator; I 
also used it for a llhoumatic pain in mv arm and effected a speedy 
cure. Re?i)eclful!y yours, \VM. T. MOOREHEAD, 5 

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Old Bee Bread Iloaey in the Comb 2 pounds. 

Cream of Tartar 2 drachms. 

Gum Arabic 1 ounce. 

Oil of Peppermint 3 dropa. , 

" of Kose 2 " 

Mix and boil two or three minutes, have ready one quart more 
Water in which one Egg lias been put and well beaten ; add to the 
otlier, and as it begins to boil skim it frequently ; then remove from 
the fire, when nearly cool, add two pounds of nice Bee Honey and 
strain the whole ; you then have an article which not only looks 
and tastes like honey, but has also its medicinal virtues. 

Hair Dye. 

f Gum Arabic 1 ounce. 

No. 1. I Gallic Acid 5 grains. 

I Soft Water 8 ounces. 

Nitrate Silver 1 ounce. 



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Dissolve each separately, then wash the hair thoroughly with 
soap and warm water or shampoo, then apply solution No. 1, 
wetting the hair to the skin, let dry ; then apply No. 2, by means 
of a small brush and fine comb, it will turn black instantly, after 
which, the hair can be oiled and dressed as usual. If you wish a 
brown shade apply No. 2 before the No. 1 is dry. 

Hair Tonic. 

Castor Oil IJ ounces. 

Alcohol 3 " 

Colo^'nc .3 " 

Tinct. Cantharides 2 drachms. 

Chloric Ether 1 " 

Add the Ether and Alcohol to the Oil, shake well; then add 
the balance. 

Hair Restorative. 

Glycerine 4 ounces. 

Bay Rum..... ..4 " 

Rose Water 1 pint. 

Aqua Ammonia i 1 ounce. 



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NetJ&aLGia is a term of recent origin, employed to designate 
pain of a purely nervous character. The pain is of every possible 
degree and variety of character, but is generally severe, acute, and 
more or less darting or lancinating. It is sometimes described as 
piercing, tearing, aching, burning, tingling, benumbing, &c., and 
language has been ransacked to find terras strong and expressive 
enough to represent at once its intensity and exti-eme diversity. 
The pain may either be confined to the course of a single nerve 
and its ramifications, or may be diffused without reference to such 
limits, and sometimes darts rapidly from one point to another, be- 
tween which there is no immediate nervous communication. 

In relation to the condition of the system associated with neural- 
gia; it may be perfectly healtiiy, or in various degrees debilitated; 
it may be plethoric or enemic. The patient may also be subject to 
a variety of diseases that may have great bearing on the complaint. 

A vast diversity of remedies have been used with various results, 
the main point should always be to ascertain if possible, whether 
the organic functions are all in a healthy condition. Dyspepsia, 
acidity of the stomach ; the immoderate use of strong coffee, tea, 
tobacco, alcoholic drinks, Ac, may be the source of the mischief, 
and can with a little care be detected; the first named .should be 
treated properly, and the latter abstained from ; the bowels must 
be kept open with cathartics, and the general system kept in as 
good a condition as possible, or take when the attack comes on, 
a teaspoonful of PAIN ERADICATOE diluted with water, inter- 
nally, and bathe the parts affected freely, relief is sure to follow. 

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Mix and apply, when required ; makes a good dressing as well 
aa restorer. 

Hiccough, Cure for. 

Give Warm Carminatives, Cold Water, Weak Spirits, Cam- 
phor Julep, or a half teaspoonful of Pain Eradicator in water, a 
sudden fright or surprise often has a good effect. 

Hands, Sore or Chapped, to Cure. 

Glycerine i ounce. 

Gum Tragacanth i drachm. 

Bi. Carb. Soda 1 " 

Rose Water 7i ounces. 

Dissolve the gum in the rose water, then add the other in- 
gredients, apply two or three times daily; or Avhat is still better, 
use Brill's Cream of Glycerine and Cocoa Butter, which is one of 
the best preparations for sore hands, face and lips, being very 
soothing, it also answers as a dressing for a variety of sores. 

Hair Restorative. 

Castor Oil 2 ounces. 

Alcohol 1 pint. 

Sugar Lead 2 drachms. 

Lao Sulphur 3 " 

Oil of Bergamot 2 drachms. 

" Lemom 2 " 

" Lavender 1 drachm. 

" Cloves 1 " 

Mix and apply to the hair two or three times a week, rubbing 
it well into the roots. 

Hair Restorative. 

Castor Oil Jounce. 

Brandy li " 

Bay Rum IJ " 

Tinct. of Cantharides 2 drachms. 

Perfume q. S. 

Mix and use as above. 
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Hair Restorative and Wash. 

Burax Powdered 1 ounce. 

Lac Sulphur 1 " 

Sugar Lead / i " 

Aqua Ammonia J " 

Rose Water 4 ounces. 

Bay Rum 4 " 

Alcohol 4 '• 

Perfume to taste 

Mix and use freely. 

HORSES AND THEIR DISEASES. 

Spavin, Splint, Ringbone. 

Spavin occurs at the inner and lower part of the hock. Splint 
may be found at tlie inner and lower part of the knee, and also 
on the shinbones, below the hocks or knees. IJingbone attacks the 
pastern-joint just above the coronot. Tlic same treatment is gene- 
rally applicable in all these cases; when painful, attended with 
inflamation, perfect rest is necessary. 

Ringbone Ointment. 

Pow'd Cantliarides 2 ounces. 

Mercurial Ointment 4 " 

Tinct. of Iodine 3 " 

Sp'ta of Turpentine 4 " 

Corrosive Sublimate 3 drachms. 

Lard, Fresh 2 pounds. 

Mix well together, which must be done by an apothecary •who 
understands it; then apply by rubbing it in thoroughly for four 
days, then grease the parts well and wipe off dry, re-apply every 
day in the same way until cured. This is a remedy that never fails 
if properly used. The animal should be kept at rest, and the 
stable kept perfectly dry and clean. 

The occasional use of a liniment composed of 

Gum Camphor 2 drachms. 

Olive Oil 2 ounces. 

Chloroform 1 ounce. 

is also highly recommended, or use the Pain Eradicator freely, 
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of Pills nr Powders. You can do without Salts, Castor Oil, Citrate of Magnesia, 
Senna or Manna, and so on. You wjuit noue of tfceso; the BLOOD CLEANSER is 
a substitute for the whole of them. And what is bettwr, it may 

Be Taken ^^^ith Safety and Comfort 

By tb« most delicate women as well as the robust man. 

it is one of the Best Medicines of the Age, and when taken 
will kt-ep aU the secretions in a healthy condition ; compel all the organs to do their 
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derangements of the Internal vie ra, You hive in this medicine a PANACE V for 
some of the most painful and dangerous of all diseases. 

AB A FmMA^E ME&WMAmM 

It has no equal iu the world. Married Ladies, wlio never have had children, seldom 
know the cause of tbdr unhappy condition, which is VfTy often depending upon a 
faulty state of Uterine Orgxns, and which can only be removed by the use of suit- 
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The PAVACE.t. will not only cure old stinding and malignant complaints, but is 
one of the best preventives of such disorders ever offi-red to the world. 

This Mediciu« i« highlit reeomraemled &>r all manner of chronic or old standing 
complaints, such as Scrofula, Tetfer, Salt Kheum, Kkeumatism, &c. Scibrhus or 
Caxcer and Cancehous Tumors may be often removed from the system by the puri- 
fying effect of this medicine, if it is taken befire they get a deep-seated hold upon 
the system. It tends to purge out from the blood Iho virus of these malignant dis- 
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Poll Evil and Fistula. 

Take one pound of Common Potash, dissolve in half a pint of 
Water, then add Ext. Belladonna, one half ounce, Gum Arabic 
Pow'd, one ounce, each dissolved in a little water before adding, 
work into a paste with Wheat Flour and box up tight. In apply- 
ing this, the place must first be well washed with Castile Soap, then 
apply Tallow all around the sore to prevent the hair from coming 
off, if any of the paste should get on, the paste must be pressed to 
the bottom of all oridces ; should any be very deep, thin the paste 
with a little warm water, and inject hy means of a Glass Syringe. 
Eepeated every second day, one application has often cured very 
bad cases. 

V/orms in Horses. 

Pow'd Aloes } ounce. 

Mercurial Ointmsnt i " 

Powd. Gentian 1 " 

Asafoetida 2 onnces. 

Mix and make into eight balls, and give one every morning 
on an emjity stomach, or give for two or three mornings two ounces' 
of Sp'ts of Turpentine mixed with a strong infusion of Quassia, 

Colic, Spasmodic. 

This common afTection in horses often proves fatal, and must 
be promptly relieved by giving two otmces of Pain Eradicator 
mixed, with half a pint of Water. Repeated every fifteen or 
twenty minutes if required. 

Influenza Ointment for Horses. 

Iodine Rosub 2 dracbms. 

Iodide Potassii 2 " 

Fi-esh Lard 3 ounces. 

Mix the two first by dissolving in a little water, then add the 
Lard and rub together thoroughly ; this is a positive remedy. 

Horse Powder. 

Pow'd Foonugreek 2 pounds. 

" Saltpetre 1 pound. 

Black Antimony 1 " ? 

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Cream of Tartar 1 pound. 

Flor. Sulphur 2 pounds. 

Pow'd Gentian J pound. 

Mix. Dose a large tablespoonful mixed with the feed twice 
or three times daily gives a hor.se appetite, and is one of the best 
condition powders in use. 

Horses, Botts in. 

Red Precipitate 1 drachm. 

Mutton Suot 2 drachms. 

Make into a ball and give at once, or give 

Castor Oil I pint. 

Sp'ts of Turpentine 1 ounce. 

Mix and give half an hour after the botts have been taken, or 
put some Powdered Rosin into the feed for several days, which is 
said to be very good. 

Sore Eyes 

Can readily be cured by applying or syringing the eyes daily 
with the following, — 

Nitrate of Silver 10 grains. 

Soft Water 1 pint. 

Dissolve and put into a dark place when the mixture is not 
being used. 

Cure for Heaves in Horses. 

Balsam Fir 4 ounces. 

" Copaiba 4 " 

Calcined Magnesia q. s. 

Make into balls the size of a walnut, give one night and 
morning for a week or two, and a cure will follow. 

Grease Heel, or Scratches, [see Grease Heei.] 
Ink, IndeHble, Without Preparation. 

Nitrate of Silver 2 drachms. 

Water J ounces. 

Dissolve, then add as much Aqua Ammonia Conct.as will dis- 
solve the precipitate formed on its first addition, then add Mucilage 
9 of Gum Arabic, two drachms, and a little Sap Green to color. 



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Writing executed by this ink turns black on being passed over a 
hot iron, or exposed to the sun. 

Ink, Indelible 

Used by nurserymen and others to write on iron and zinc 
tabs, &c. 

Virdigris Dest 1 ounce. 

Sal Ammoniac 1 " 

Lamp Black i 

Cut with Alcohol 16 ounces. 

Water 16 ounces. 

Ink, Indian. 

Take purified Lampblack and make into a paste with Glue, 
mould and dry. You can make any color desired in the same way 
by using different ingredients. 

Indigo, Solution of. 

Best Powdered Indigo 1 ounce. 

Sulphuric Acid 1 pound. 

Put together in an earthen jar and allow it to dissolve. Used 
for dying. See Dying Yarn. 

Ink Spots, Iron Mould, &c., to Remove. 

Pow'd Oxalic Acid 1 ounce. 

Cream of Tartar , 4 ounces. 

Mix. Wet the finger, dip into the powder and rub the spot 
gently until the stain disappears, then wash with clean water and 
dry. Great caution must be used to keep the powder from chil- 
dren as it is very poisonous. 

Ink, Black,-" Best." 

Galls Bruised 20 ounces. 

Copperas 20 " 

Blue Vitriol 15 " 

Sugar 15 " 

Gum Arabic 18 " 

Ext. of Logwood 13 " 

Water 5 gallons. 9 

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Preparation, — First boil the Galls in two gallons of water in a 
copper vessel for one hour, strain oil' the liquor and add the balance 
of the water, and again boil an hour, strain again, then lastly add 
the other ingredients, each dissolved in a portion of water, then 
mix the whole together. Makes very fine and durable ink. 

Ink, Black, Common. 

Extractor Logwood 1 ounce. 

Bichromate Potash 48 grains. 

Prusaiato " 12 " 

Water, Hot , ^ gallon. 

Dissolve the Extract of Logwood and the other ingredients 
in seperate vessels, then mix. 

Ink, Blue. 

Pow'd Prussian Blue 3 ounces. 

Oxalic Acid i ounce. 

Water 1 gallon. 

Mix. 

Ink, Red. 

Pure Carmine 12 grains. 

Aqua Ammonia .3 ounces. 

Pow'd Gum Arabic... i dracbm. 

Dissolve the Carmine with the Ammonia, tlien add the Gum, 

Ink, Yellow. 

Buckthorn Berries i pound. 

Alum 1 ounce. 

Gum Arabic 1 " 

Boll for an hour, strain and add the Gum. 

Ice Cream. 

About half fill the icing pot with the mixture it is desired to 
freeze, place it in a pail or any suitable wooden vessel with ice 
beat small, and mixed with about lialf its weight of Common Salt, 
turn it backward and forward quickly as possible, and as the Ice 
Cream sticks to the sides, break it down with an ice spoon, so that 
f> the whole may be equally exposed to the cold. As the Salt and Ice o 

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OHIEST IPI^OTECTOi^S 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 

Oliildren's Dress Protectors, Surgeons' Bandages, 

Dr. Abie's Patent Splints, Needles and Silh, Breast 

Pumps, Feeding Bottles, Teething Rings 

and Jlubher Goods. 

No. 77 Federal Street, near -the Depots, 

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JOSEPH HOKNE & CO., 17 & 7 MARKET ST., PITTSBURGH. 
M^ BRILL'S FAMILY RECIPES. 

in the tub, melt and add more until the process is finished ; then put 
the Cream into glasses, and place them in a mixture of Salt and Ice 
until wanted for use. Before sending them to the table, dip the 
outside of the glass into luke-warm water and wipe dry, or serve 
on small cream saucers in the usual way. 

Remarks. — Flavored Ice Creams are made by mixing " Cream 
for Icing," with half its weight of mashed or preserved fruit, pre- 
viously rubbed through a clean hair sieve, or when the flavor 
depends on the juice of fruit, or an essential oil, by adding a 
sufficient quantity of such substance. Thus, Raspberry and Straw- 
berry Creams are made according to the former method ; Lemon, 
Orange, and Almond Ice Creams are made by the latter. In the 
same v/ay any other article besides cream may be frozen. 

ice Cream, Cheap. 

For six quarts of Milk, take half a pound of Corn Starch ; first 
dissolve the Corn Starch in one quart of the Milk, then mix all 
together, and simmer a little over a slow fire, sweeten and flavor to 
taste, and freeze in the same manner as above. 

Jellies Without Fruit. 

Take one pint of Water, to which add Powdered Alum one- 
quarter ounce and boil a minute or two; then add White Sugar four 
pounds, and continue the boiling until the Sugar is dissolved. Take 
from the fire and strain while hot, allow it to cool, then add of any 
flavor you desire half an ounce of Vanilla, Strawberry, Lemon, or 
any other; the Jelly must also be colored according to the fruit you 
wish to imitate. This will make a Jelly so much like that made 
from fruit that it is difficult to distinguish them, and answers very 
well when fruit cannot be obtained. 

Jelly, Cranberry or Quince- 
Pare, quarter and core the Quinces, put them in a saucepan 
with enough water to cover them, let them boil five minutes, put in 
a bag and let drain until the next day ; to every pint of Juice take 
one pound of Sugar and boil from fifteen to twenty minutes. Apple 
^ Jelly is made in the same way. 

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MANXJFAGTUr.ERS AND DEALERS IN 
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HEAD LIGHT OILS. 

Hoom No. 5, Gazette Building, Pittsburgh, Petina. 



The only safe Carbon Oil to burn in your fumi!.v is .HEAD LIGHT 
OIL, 170°"lire test. 

Should your lamp be ovtrtiirmd or brokni by nny acci.ient, the 
light will imnudiately go out, whereas in ilie e:iSo of coiumou Car- 
bon Oil, it will burn and spiead ov<jr evei\) thing it may come in 
contact vrith. 

It burns longer, gives a brighter light, is water white, does not 
char the wick, nor smoke the chimney. We deliver it in quantities 
from 1 to 10 galls, to nJI parts of the two cities and suburbs free of 
charge. 



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BRILL'S FAP^ILY RECIPES. 



Jelly, Calves Foot. 

For each fool tnkc tlircc pints of Water, boil it to one-half, then 
let it cool and skim olTthe fat. It must now be boiled two or three 
minutes with the jiecl of a Lemon and a little Spice, when it should 
be removed from the fire, strained throngli a flannel bag, and the 
juice of a Lemon and a glass of Wine added; whpn cooled a little, 
it may be put into glasses or forms. 

Remarks, — If wanted Very transparent, the Jelly, after the fat 
is removed, should be gently warmed and well beaten with the white 
of an Egg and the seasoning, after which it must be brought to a 
boil for a minute or two. 

Jelly, Arrow-root. 

Take one ounce of Bermuda Arrow-root; rub to a smooth paste 
with a spoonful or two of Cold Water, then gradually add of Boil- 
ing Water half a pint, stirring all the AVhile; it may be thinned 
with more Water if required, and tlavored with Milk, Wine, Sugar, 
and Spices according to taste. 

Jelly, Of Irish Moss. 

Soak Irish Moss " Carageen" in Cold Water, then boil in Water 
one quart to a proper consistence, strain and flavor. A very pala- 
table and nutritious diet, well adapted for invalids. 

Jelly, Isinglass. 

Isinglass dissolved in Water by boiling, and evaporated until 
it jellies by cooling. To render it quite transparent, it should be 
clarified with white of an Egg; Milk, Wine, or Spices may be added 
according to taste. One and a half ounces of Isinglass makes a pint 
of very strong Jelly. 

Jams. [Conserves of Fruit and Sugar.] 

They are all made by boiling either the pulped or bruised fruit 
over the fire along with one-half its weight, to an equal Aveight of 
p White Sugar, until he mixture jellies, when a little is placed on a p 

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G^nW Calf Boots, > > - for $ 5 00 
Gents' Galf Balmorals, - - 2 75 

Gents' Congress Gaiters, - - 2 75 

Gents' Boots, - - from 5 00 to 12 00 
Ladles' Gaiters, . - - for 1 25 

Ladies' Gaiters, - - - - 1 50 

Ladies' Gaiters, - from 1 25 to 7 00 

Misses' Gaiters and Balmorals at all prices. 

Boys' Boots and Shoes at^l prices. 

Children's Shoes in great variety. 

Gents' Boots made to order. 

Ladies' Gaiters and Shoes made to order, 

D. S. DIEFFENBACHER & CO. 

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cold plate ; when sufficiently thick, the semi-fluid mass should be 
passed through a coarse hair sieve while hot, to remove the stones 
and skins of the fruit, and then poured into pots or glaseea ; it i» 
usual to tie paper over the latter dipped in brandy. 

Jam, Raspberry. 

Picked Raspberries and White Sugar of each fourteen pounds, 
and proceed as above, product twenty-six pounds; all other fruits 
can be treated in a similar way. 

Japanning. 

The art of covering Paper, Wood, or Metal with a coating of 
hard, brilliant and durable varnish. 

The material is painted or colored Avith various devices as may 
be desired, then covered with a highly transparent varnish "Copal/' 
dried at a high temperature and then polished; wood and paper 
are first sized, polished, and varnished. 

Japan Black. [For Leather.] 

Burnt Umber,.., ,„8 onnoes. 

True Asphaltum , 4 " 

Boiled Linseed Oil... ,,1 gallon. 

Grind the Umber with a little of the Oil, add it to the Asphal- 
tum, previously dissolved in a small quantity of the Oil by heat. 
Mix. Add the remainder of the Oil, boil, cool, and thin with a 
sufficient quantity of Spirits of Turpentine — very flexible and 
durable. 

Jaundice. 

In Pathology a disease characterized by a yellow color of the 
eyes and skin, deep-colored urine, and pale alvine evacuations. It 
appears to arise from a disordered action of the biliary organs. 

Treatment. — Saline aperients and small doses of Blue-Pill, fol- 
lowed by tonics are the best remedies. Their action should be pro- 
moted by the copious use of diluents, as "Saline Water" and exer- 
cise in the open air, 

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Yes, we have found it ! Among all the trash thrown upon the 
market in the shape of Liniments, Pain Killers, and Kings of Pain 
there are fev^ that ever prove to be of value. There is row an 
article before the public that has been tried and comes guaranteed 
to be ererjihing that it is recommended, and that is 




We wish it distinctly understood that '»re hoM ourselves respon- 
sible for its effects, where it is used according to directions, and 
return the money if it fails to cure what it claims. A few applica- 
tions cure 

Facial Neurnlgia, 

Headache, 

Toothache^ 

Jiheumatic Pains, etc. 

Taken internally it never fails to 

Check Oiarka, Relieve [[amp Colic of Cholefa Mofbus, 

STOPS VOMITING & GIVES THE SUFFEREK REST. 

Our Druggists are selling large quantities, and Will Avarrant it. 
There is certainly nothing before the people to compare with this 
valuable remedy, and we invite all to give it a trial. 

SOI-E PROPRIETOR, 

77 Federal Street, Allegheny City, Pa. 

To whom all orders should be addressed. 



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KETCHUP, 
Mushroom Ketchup. 

Sptinkle Muslnoom flnps gathered in September \vit!\ common 
Salt, stir thern oecasionally ^oi: t\vo or tlirec days, then lightly 
squeeze out the juice, and add to each gallon, Bruised Cloves and 
Mustard Seed, of each half un ounce; Bruised Allspice, Blaqk 
Pepper, and Ginger, of each one ounce; gently heat to the boiling 
point in a Covered vessel, macerate for fourteen days and strain ; 
should it exhibit any indications of change \'\ a few weeks bring it 
again to the boiling point, and add a little more Spice. 



Oyster Ketchup. 

Pulp the OyBteVs, and to each pint add Sherry Wine or very 
strong Stock Ale one pint, Salt one ounce, Mace one-quarter ounce, 
Blatk Ptppe^ bne drachm; boil ten minutes, strain, cool, and bottle, 
and to each bottle add a spoonful or two of Brandy. Cockle and 
Mussel Ketchup are made in the same way ; a fine flavor for sauces 
when oysters are out of season. 

Tomato Ketchup. 

Prepared in a similar manner to Mushroom Ketchup, except 
that a little Wine Vinegar is added. 



Walnut Ketchup. 

Expressed Juice of Young Walnuts when lender one gallon, 
boil, skim, and add Anchovies two pounds; Shallot one pound, 
Cloves and Mace of each one ounce, and one Cloe of Garlic sliced ; 
simmer in a covered vessel fol* fifteen minutes, strain, cool, and j 
bottle, adding a little Fresh Spice and Salt to each bottle as re- I 
^ quired ; will keep in a cool place for twenty years — very fine. * 

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In llio I'lul'kt't. Diipg tint ili<i(U exen.sivo rc.ugo I'^f work, witli tli« fiiiost ctmngos of 
attschnK'nt Will scW rca \\y uu the ihicst lantt or tlui hertviost beavef doth, with- 
out chniigB of luacUine uml tho lightosl maCliiiic will gov/ n 

st3:e:e]t oip lej^id. 

On''-!^ixteeiith of Hii inch thick, without dnngcr to bcedlc, thread or any other part 
of iiiHchiDe. 

KALi/s co:iiriNationskwixg m.vchi>;k attachment 

Comhliiing the uses of Six Different Attiichmcnts, (cDslini; fifteen dollars), given 
away with each machine sold. 

No jjerson in want if u m ichina should liiakc a eeh'rtiun without giving the Weed 
ft coreful exari. illation. 

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Is a constitutional afli:ction, attended with a peculiar irritation or 
inflammation, to which all parts of the system are liable. Eheuma- 
tisni may be divided according to its seat, or its grade of excite- 
ment, thus the following four varieties may be recognized : 1. The, 
Acute, in which violent local inflammation is attended with conflid- 
erable constitutional disturbance or fever. 2. The Subacute, in which 
the inflammation is less violent, and there is little or no fever. 3. 
The Chronic, characterized by long duration, and the lowest grade 
of inflammatory action. 4. The Nervous, in which there is neither 
inflammation nor fever, the disease existing exclusively in irrita- 
tion, and tliat directed cppecially to the nervous tissue. Having 
taken a view of the different forms of Kheumatism, we should next 
consider its nature. The opinion at one time prevalent that this 
disease was dependent on a peculiar offending matter pervading the 
system must be looked on as purely speculative. Another notion is, 
that tlie disease ia nothing more than ordinary inflammation. But 
the truth is that the disease is not necessarily inflammatory, but is 
often purely nervous, and no other explanation of its nature is ad- 
missible which does not take this foct into consideration. (Wood's 
practice, vol. 1, fol. 5G'2.) The above proves that Eheumatism is 
often nervous and can be reached by the application of local reme- 
dies such as rubefacient and anodyne liniments, of which Brill's 
Pain Eradicator is the best and most effectual. Flannel, carded 
wool, or cotton moistened with it and covered over the part 
affected, has proven very successful. General treatment, such as 
active purging, refrigerant diaphoretics, warm baths, &c., often be- 
come necessary in severe cases. Where there is great excitement 
and violent pain, ten or fifteen drops of Pain Eradicator, diluted 
with Avater, may be given every two hours, until rest or sleep is 
produced. 

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Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Headache, Toothache, internally 
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